Caballero Scout Aquila (Mexico)
There is a 1997 Manual del Uniforme - Asociación de Scouts de México - Ordenamientos (uniform manual) online at docplayer.es.
I do not know if there is a neckerchief, neckerchief slide, medal or lapel pin for this award today. The Scouter would need to contact the Asociación de Scouts de México to find out.
There is Eagle Scout neckerchief. My council’s international committee raises money for non-US Scouting associations by offering a neckerchief from the non-US Scouting organization in exchange for a donation. I do not think the Scouter’s local council or unit committee would object to the Scouter wearing a Caballero Scout Aquila neckerchief (or neckerchief slide) if they exist or can be made…
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Based on my experience and research, the answer is no.
My international award: Queen Scout (Canada)
l am a Queen Scout. The award was presented to me in 1965 by the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II, when I was a Boy Scout in Canada. There is no medal for this award that I know of. The award was renamed the Queen’s Venturer Award. There is a Queen’s Venturer Award pin that may fit where international awards are worn.
I do not wear the Eagle Scout medal (or knot) because I am not an Eagle Scout. I also do not wear the Queen Scout badge (rank insignia) on the BSA uniform.
I do wear the youth religious award knot (Item 5007) based on the equivalent earned from a religious organization in Canada while a Boy Scout in Canada. That religious organization is part of the BSA religious emblems program.
See legacy forum thread: Leader neckerchiefs (2016-2018)
Original post: 2019-06-20
Last updated: 2019-06-22 00:18 am PDT