SCOUT - PROFICIENCY BADGES - S's


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S5

Signaller
Introduced 1908

Required: A scout must pass tests in both sending and receiving in semaphore and Morse signalling by flag. Not fewer than than twenty-four letters per minute. He must be able: to give and read signals by sound, to make smoke and flame signals with fires, to show the proper method of signalling with staff.


a. Circular, felt, no wording, background various colours

S5/1

Signaller
Re-designed 1917
Discontinued 1968


a. Circular, felt, no wording, background various colours


b. Circular, felt, "Boy Scouts"


c. Rectangular, ribbon, unbound, "Boy Scouts"



d. Circular, ribbon, bound, "Boy Scouts", white & green "S"




e. Circular, printed, "Boy Scouts"


f. Circular, embroidered, cut edge, "Boy Scouts"


S6

Skier
Introduced 1934
Discontinued 1946


a. Circular, ribbon, bound, "Boy Scouts"


b. Circular, printed, "Boy Scouts"


S7

Skin Diver
Introduced 1962
Discontinued 1968


a. Circular, embroidered, cut edge, "Boy Scouts"


S8

Snowmobiler
Introduced 1994


a. Circular, embroidered, rolled edge, no words, white background & red snowmobile

Note: Arctic badge used.

S8/1

Snowmobiler
Re-designed 1997
Discontinued 1998


a. Circular, embroidered, rolled edge, no words, grey background & gold snowmobile


S9

Soil Conservationist
Introduced 1955
Discontinued 1968


a. Circular, ribbon, bound, "Boy Scouts"


b. Circular, embroidered, cut edge, "Boy Scouts"


S10

Soil & Water Management
Introduced 1998


a. Circular, embroidered, rolled edge, no words

S10/1

Soil & Water Management
Re-designed 2011

a. Circular, woven, bound, no words, 30 mm diameter


S11

Special Needs Awareness
Introduced 1998


a. Circular, embroidered, rolled edge, no words

S11/1

Special Needs Awareness
Re-designed 2011

a. Circular, woven, bound, no words, 30 mm diameter


S12

Sportsman     (Called Sports after 1994)
Introduced 1968
Discontinued 1998


a. Circular, embroidered, rolled edge, no words




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