[ ˈiːɡə͡l skˈa͡ʊt], [ ˈiːɡəl skˈaʊt], [ ˈiː_ɡ_əl s_k_ˈaʊ_t]
How to use "Eagle scout" in context?
The Boy Scouts of America's highest award for achievement is the eagle scout, which is given to a young man who has completed the requirements for the award. These requirements include demonstrating high moral character, being talented in a chosen activity, and serving his community.
The Eagle Scout is the highest rank a Boy Scout can achieve. It is a lifelong accomplishment, and the recipient is entitled to the following benefits: the right to use the title of Eagle Scout; membership in the Order of the Arrow, the highest honor a Boy Scout can receive; and the right to wear a star on the Boy Scouts of America's uniform.
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