Venture Patrol Letter
|This article is about the emblem for Venture Patrols. For the 'V' emblem awarded to youth and adult Varsity Scouts see Varsity Scout Letter.|
|Venture Patrol Letter|
The letter is attached at the bottom front
corner of the merit badge sash.
The letter may also be worn on
the red wool Boy Scout Jac-shirt.
A Venture patrol letter may be earned by Boy Scouts in a who participate in an ultimate activity or sporting activity.
A Venture patrol is an optional patrol within a Boy Scout troop for boys 13 to 17 years old. The Venture patrol's youth leader is the Venture patrol leader. The Venture patrol letter is administered by the Assistant Scoutmaster-Venture. A Venture patrol can be a full-time, part-time, or one-time activity.
Venture patrol letter
The Venture patrol letter is awarded to members of the Venture patrol who participate in an "ultimate activity." Ultimate activities are high-adventure or sports activities that are preceded by training sessions.
Venture patrol activity pins
|— The Boy Scout Handbook (38105), *Boy Scout/Varsity Scout Uniform Inspection Sheet (34283)|
Remember that a Venture Patrol is NOT part of Venturing and as such cannot wear Venturing Green or Green Shoulder Loops.
Help with these requirements
- Venture/Varsity (1989-present) on the "A History of Senior Scouting Programs in the BSA" site.
- The Venture Patrol Program (40K PPT) on the U.S. Scouting Service Project site.