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Historically, Scouts drew directly from and was formed around military traditions and structure. The merit badges frequently had either direct correlation or applicable though that has softened somewhat. There is a reason there is a wide range of commands, formations and activities that echo this. Likewise, the traditional development attributes from scouting up to very recently if not still so allowed enlisting members to have one upgrade rank on coming in. it seems modern parents may not be cognizant of these facts and in some cases bitterly refute or resent it. Be that as it may,
The title to this thread is not very good, and for that I apologize. However, I am trying to find out some very specific and difficult information. I have already contacted the National BSA Office, the local council office, and NESA as well. All of them tell me that they do not have the information I am looking for. Having said that, I am turning to you guys for some help. I was curious as to who had the longest string of consecutive Eagle Scouts in their family? For example, you hear about father-sons who both earned their Eagle. Sometimes you hear about Grandfathers, Fathers, and Son