Depending on the occasion scouts in Troop 324 may wear either the class “A” (Presentation) uniform or the class “B” (Activity) uniform. The uniform for meetings, ceremonies, boards of review and public events is called the class “A” uniform. The khaki shirt, olive scout pants, neckerchief with slide, belt, and optional merit badge sash comprise the class “A” uniform. The placement of patches on the shirt is specific. Patches are earned and must be kept current. The class “B” uniform is for less formal events including but not limited to service projects, activities, traveling, camping trips and some fundraisers. A scout related T-shirt and matching baseball cap comprise the class “B” uniform.
Class A Uniform
The top left sleeve has the council patche. Old ones, like the one shown below are also ok to be worn. Below the council patch the 324 Unit patch is placed. It can be purchased at troop meetings. Shoulder loops can also be purchased from the troop store..The troop neckerchief – worn around the neck under shirt collar, shows the American and German flag along with a proud eagle. Centered 2 inches above left pocket is the Scout World Crest Emblem. Centered on left pocket are the rank badges, earned by the scout and awarded at a Court of Honor.and directly below the left pocket goes the Arrow of Light badge, awarded at the Arrow of Light ceremony for Scouts crossing over from the Cub Scouts into the Boy Scout program.
For more information on where to place the patches on the class A uniform, look at the BSA “official placement of insignia” flyer:
Class B Uniform
Underneath the uniform shirt of for outdoor activities the troop wears a scout related t-shirt. This can be from a summer camp or a scout event or the troop 324 t-shirt.