Report to the Nation Recap: Day 3

Wondering what our Report to the Nation delegation is up to in D.C. this week? We’ve got the scoop here.

Over the weekend, the crew of Scouts visited the United States Naval Academy and Natural History Museum. Monday, February 23, 2015, the Scouts headed to the headquarters of the Department of Defense: the Pentagon.

Report to the Nation Brings Scouts to the Pentagon

As the snow flurries in the capital subdue for a few days, the Report to the Nation delegates continue to take D.C. by storm. Read what our field reporter and Report to the Nation delegate Jillian Infusino said about the group’s Monday activities:

“Yesterday we spent a good portion of the day at the Pentagon. We had an awesome tour, followed by meeting with the Vice Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, lunch with the Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and concluded with another meeting with the Vice Chief of Staff for the US Army.

“After the Pentagon, we went to Arlington National Ceremony. We saw the Changing of the Guard ceremony and then presented a wreath on behalf of the Boy Scouts of America to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Our trip to Arlington ended with a visit to the Kennedy graves.

“We’ve all added to our coin collection on this trip! “

The delegates received the 2014 BSA Report to the Nation coin,  Director of the Joint Staff coin, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff coin, and the BSA Scout Executive Wayne Brock coin.


Stay tuned for more reports from Jillian and check out the BSA Flickr to feel like your part of the Report tot the Nation action.


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