Eagle Scouts

Eagle Scout Program

The Marine Corps League has long regarded the program of the Boy Scouts of America as in support of the Preamble of the Constitution of the Marine Corps League. The Marine Corps League supports the Boy Scouts of America as they promote traditional family values to America’s youth. The Marine Corps League will endeavor to establish, strengthen, and expand its relationship with the Boy Scouts of America, and support mutually beneficial programs.

Eagle Scout Good Citizenship Award

The Marine Corps League Good Citizenship award was designed to congratulate and give recognition to members of the Boy Scouts of America who have fulfilled the requirements and obtained the highest rank of Eagle Scout. This award serves to recognize the skills that a Scout has mastered to become an Eagle Scout and acknowledges that these skills are also held in very high regards by the Marine Corps and Corporations throughout the United States. The ceremony is usually held in conjunction with his local troop’s Court of Honor Ceremony.

Procedure to obtain a Good Citizenship Award Certificate

When the Scout has determined the date, time and location that the Court of Honor is to take place, they may then contact the Detachment Scout Coordinator using the form below. The information contained in the form for the Scout Coordinator will assist in contact and coordination for the presentation, and to ensure the proper listing and spelling of the Scout’s name, as it should appear on the certificate.
This award is presented on a voluntary basis, thus the decision to have this award presented to the Eagle Scout is totally up to the Scout and their family.
30 days notice is necessary for presentation of the certificate (exceptions can be made on a case-by case basis).

For more information contact respective troop Scout Master

SEMPER FI

The Percy John Fulton Detachment 1075 of the Marine Corps League would like to invite all current and Former Marines and FMF Corpsmen to come and join us every 4th Monday of each month as we serve the Marine Corps League.
We have members who have fought in Conflicts, and those who kept us out of Conflict. Come and be a part of the TRADITION:
THE FEW, THE PROUD, THE MARINES!