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Sea Badge
Professional Training
 

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Bravery Awards

Honor Medal
Heroism Award
Medal of Merit
  

Honor  Awards

George Meany
Whitney Young Jr.
Wm. H. Spurgeon
O.A.  Service Award
Commissioner
        Arrowhead Honor

Commissioner Svc.
District Merit
Silver Beaver
Silver Antelope
Silver Buffalo
Silver World
James E. West
Daniel Carter Beard

 


Requirements


 This award requires elements of Training, Performance and Tenure:

Training:

  • This knot is given recognition of completion of The Sea Badge Course, which is the advanced training course for Sea Exploring leaders at the Ship, District, Council or Regional level.  The course consists of a four or five day resident course and up to two years to apply the principles taught in the course. Attendance at the Sea Badge course is required

Tenure:

  • In the two years after the practical course candidates use their knowledge to develop and extend the Sea Exploring program of Exploring in the local Council or within a Ship. This is in some ways similar to the Wood Badge training courses which also feature a resident course followed by up to two years to apply the principles taught in the course.

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