Here’s a fun fact: This summer will mark the 45th season that U.S. Air Force Academy cadets have served as Philmont Rangers as part of their leadership requirements. I’m researching an article about that program for an upcoming issue of Eagles’ Call magazine, and along the way I came across the academy’s Eagle Scout Recognition Certificate, shown above.
To get a certificate for your next court of honor, visit http://www.usafa.af.mil/Leadership/PublicAffairs/ScoutingInformation.aspx. You’ll need to register on the site, but the process is simple and leads to a downloadable PDF that you can print at home. (As an aside, I love these downloadable certificates, which are perfect for procrastinators.)
By the way, West Point and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy also offer certificates. Here are the links:
- U.S. Military Academy: https://candidate.usma.edu/guest/scouts/
- U.S. Coast Guard Academy:http://www.uscga.edu/tier3.aspx?ekfrm=6650&terms=Eagle%20Scout
As far as I know, the U.S. Naval Academy doesn’t offer an Eagle Scout certificate. If you come across one, please share the link.
If you’re looking for other certificate and letter options, you can do a search at https://markaray.wordpress.com or page through dozens of my posts related to courts of honor at https://markaray.wordpress.com/category/eagle-scout-courts-of-honor/.
And if you want an Eagle Scout letter from yours truly, click here: https://markaray.wordpress.com/2016/11/17/a-new-eagle-congratulatory-letter-from-me/.
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