Boy Scouts wear uniforms. They help create a sense of belonging and symbolize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. The uniform builds Troop spirit. Wearing the uniform gives youth and adult members a feeling of personal equality, identification, achievement, and commitment.
The uniform is worn at each Troop function, including meetings, travel, ceremonies and other functions as directed by the Scoutmaster. Uniforms and other Scout accessories can be bought at the local Scout office, online at scoutstuff.org, and through second-hand sources.
In Troop 750, the uniform consists of:
Official BSA Shirt
Council Shoulder Patch
World Crest Patch
Pants and Belt
Troop 750 Patches *
Shoulder Loops *
Boy Scout Handbook *
* These things are provided to Scouts when they join Troop 750. The troop splits the cost with the Scout and charges the Scout Account for their share.
Troop 750 has its own T-shirt. The shirt is blue with our logo on it. This shirt is our activity uniform and is worn at Troop activities, including summer camp. The shirt is available at cost to Scouts, subject to size availability. See the Committee Chair to purchase.