Order of the Arrow Red Arrow Award

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Overview

Recognizes individuals who are not members of the OA for outstanding service to the OA.

The Red Arrow award was created in 1967 to recognize individuals who are not members of the Order of the Arrow, for outstanding service to the Order. This attractive award, a red arrow and medallion superimposed on an engraved plaque, and a miniature charm for civilian wear, can only be awarded by action of the National Order of the Arrow Committee. Recommendations, by nomination form, should be sent to the national director.

The Red Arrow Award is presented by the National Order of the Arrow Committee at a National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC). The recipients are either non-Scouters or Scouters who are not members of the Order of the Arrow. This service may take many forms and should involve a significant period of time, as opposed to a single event. Only a limited number of awards will be presented, therefore, only those nominees whose accomplishments are of the highest order will be recognized. Nominations will not be accepted or considered for posthumous awards.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to non-OA members.

How To Get the Award

Presented at National OA Conference.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Engraved plaque; miniature charm for civilian wear.

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