> updated 10/04/09
Whether your unit has the older full-color version (example above) or the current tan-backgrounded version
(example below), EITHER version
of the unit leadership position emblems are valid for wear. The same goes for those long-time Scouters who
like me, are hanging onto their "Cornerstoned" badges of office for Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster or other
positions. They are still also valid to wear IF you are trained in the position in which the badge of office supports.
Be ready to show those "patch police officers" your Cornerstone training card!! *smiling*
Left Side Insignia
Left Side (Shoulder) Insignia
This is the insignia which goes on the LEFT SHOULDER of Cub Scouts, Boy
Scouts, Venturers and adult volunteers and/or professionals.
You may also download a template which is "actual
size" and you can place on the shoulder and "match up" the location of the
insignia. The template is done using Adobe's(tm) Acrobat Reader program.
Basic rule of Scouting uniform is NEATNESS. Things do NOT have to be "exact" and
nobody should expect every uniform to match up exactly to the templates provided
here nor to a ruler or metric. The most important part is that the insignia is
CLOSE TO or NEAR where it SHOULD be, and that the insignia reflects the CURRENT
STATUS of the individual wearing the uniform.
Individual pages explain each element found here:
Council Shoulder Strip
Unit Veteran Bars
Brownsea Junior Leadership Training emblem
Commissioner Arrowhead Honor Award
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