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Patrol Names and Signs

Each Troop is named after the place to which it belongs. Each Patrol in the Troop is named after an animal or bird. It is a good plan to choose only animals and birds found in your district. Thus the 33rd London Troop may have five Patrols which are respectively the Wolves, the Ravens, the Curlews, the Bulls, the Owls.

Each Patrol Leader has a small flag on his staff with his Patrol animal shown on it on both sides.

This is the Patrol flag of the Wolf Patrol of the 1st London Troop

This is the Patrol flag of the Wolf Patrol of the 1st London Troop.

Each Scout in a Patrol has his regular number. The Patrol Leader is No. 1, the Second No. 2. The other Scouts have the consecutive numbers after these. Scouts usually work in pairs as comrades, Nos. 3 and 4 together, Nos. 5 and 6 together, and Nos. 7 and 8.

Here are The signs and calls of the Patrols we used at the first Scout camp at Brownsea, of course there are many more you can choose from.

The signs and calls of the Patrols

Author

Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell (Chief Scout, London, UK)

Date of Creation

1908

Learn A Continuation:

to the next page: Patrol Gall

Back in The Past:

to the previous page: A Word to Patrol Leaders


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