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How it All Began
Patrol Spirit
Patrol Organization
Patrol Meetings
Patrol Advancement & Training
Court of Honor
Patrol Out of Doors
The Patrol Leader
Indoor Patrol Box

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The Patrol System
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Golden Arrow PL Training
Patrol Leader's Creed
PL's Promise Ceremony
Patrol Competition Awards
Informal Scout Signals
Ten Essentials
Story Telling
JLT Skits: Leadership
Master & Commander
Patrol Activities
Patrol Motivation
Troop Meeting Hints
Troop Meetings
Patrol Leader Training
Essays
Patrol Flags
Training Patrol Leaders
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CHAPTER I How It All Began History


CHAPTER II Patrol Spirit How it Grows, How to promote it


CHAPTER III Patrol Organization Size of the Patrol, Responsibility, Patrol jobs


CHAPTER IV Patrol Meetings Where, When, What, How, Ingredients of the meeting, Handicrafts, Plans, Play, Running a Patrol Meeting 


CHAPTER V Patrol Advancement and Training Requirements of Scouting, Know where you are, Golden Arrow Training 


CHAPTER VI Court of Honor Who attends, meetings, Job of the Court of Honor, Program Planning, Court of Honor Code 


CHAPTER VII The Patrol Out of Doors Hiking, Planning the Hike, Patrol Camping, Patrol goes to camp, Training for camp, Short term Patrol camps, Long term camps 


CHAPTER VIII The Patrol Leader 

APPENDIX A Patrol Box Contents 

Forword

To you Patrol Leaders we dedicate this book in the hope that it will prove of service and inspiration in your role of leadership. We sincerely believe that it will help you to feel more strongly the responsibility of the work you have undertaken and the joy that goes with it.

Leadership is demanding in the world in which we live today. Many of our country's leaders were once Patrol Leaders. Now, as a Patrol Leader, you have the opportunity to train yourself in leadership for the tasks that are ahead. May this booklet be a pleasant and helpful companion for your journey, and may good Scouting attend you as you go!

 

 

   

 

 


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How it All Began ] Patrol Spirit ] Patrol Organization ] Patrol Meetings ] Patrol Advancement & Training ] Court of Honor ] Patrol Out of Doors ] The Patrol Leader ] Indoor Patrol Box ]

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