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Complete an adventure journey as a member of a Patrol in which you shall play a leading part.  The journey, which may be short in length, must include at least 5 incidents such as rescues from fire or heights, compass work, Signalling over distance.  Water incidents to be included for Sea Scout Troops.








Be reasonably proficient in 2 of the following.  Each of the 2 must be selected from different groups, as under:

(A) Boxing, Fencing, Wrestling, Judo.

(B) Rowing, Riding, Ice-Skating, Sailing, Gliding.

(C) Swimming, Diving.

(D) Gymnastics, Tumbling.

(E) Rock climbing, Rope Spinning, Caving.

(F) Athletics, Field events, Cross country events.

(G) Rifle Shooting, Archery.








Be able to perform 2 of the following:

(A) Climb a tree to a height of 9m.

(B) Vault a fence two-thirds of your height.

(C) Swim 50m wearing clothes.








Make a journey of at least 32km (20 miles). on foot or by boat, with not more than 2 other Scouts.  Route must be one with which the Scout is not familiar and should, if possible, include stiff country.  Sleep out, using only the gear carried in a rucksack.   Maximum weight 14 kg (31 lbs) which must include food.  The Examiner may set the candidate 1 or 2 tasks, which require a specific report but no general log of the journey is required.











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