||Senior Patrol Leader - top junior
leader in the
troop. He leads the patrol leaders' council and,
in consultation with
the Scoutmaster, appoints other junior leaders
and assigns specific
responsibilities as needed.
||Asst. Senior Patrol Leader - fills in
patrol leader in his absence. He is also
responsible for training and
giving direction to the quartermaster, scribe,
librarian, and instructors.
||Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster - The Junior
Scoutmaster serves in the capacity of an
Assistant Scoutmaster except
where legal age and maturity are required. He
must be at least 16 years
old and not yet 18. He's appointed by the
Scoutmaster because of his
||Quartermaster - keeps records on Troop
equipment, makes sure equipment is in good
working condition, issues
equipment and makes sure it is returned in good
condition, and makes
suggestions for new or replacement items.
||Historian - Gathers pictures and facts
past troop activities and keeps them in a
historical file or scrapbook,
takes care of troop trophies, ribbons, and
souvenirs of troop
activities, and keeps information about former
members of the troop.
||Librarian - keeps books, pamphlets,
etc., and merit badge booklets available for use
by Troop members.
||Scribe - the troop secretary; attends
a log of Patrol Leaders' Council meetings.
||Chaplain Aide - assists in troop
services and promotes religious emblems program.
||Troop Guide - advisor and guide to the
patrol; teaches basic Scout skills and helps new
Scouts earn First
Class in their first year.
||Den Chief - Helps out at Den meetings
monthly Pack meetings, helps Cub Scouts advance
through Cub Scout
ranks, and encourages Cub Scouts to join a Boy
Scout troop upon
||Patrol Leader - gives leadership to
his patrol and represents them on the patrol
||Asst. Patrol Leader - fills in for the
leader in his absence.