United States Flag- This patch is one that you shouldn't have to sew on! Most uniforms come with the flag already attached to the right sleeve.

 

 

Den Number Strip or Patrol Emblem- This patch indicates the number assigned to the Den for which a Scout is a member.  Webelo Scouts who’s Den has chosen to use a Patrol Emblem for identification would wear the Patrol Emblem instead.                                                                                                         Tigers = Den 6         Wolf’s = Den 5         Bears = Den 4            Webelo I = Den 2     Webelo II = Den 1 (Flaming Arrows)

 

 

 

 
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Council Patch - This patch is worn by all Scouts and Leaders to indicate the Council that represents their Pack.  This patch is worn on the left sleeve just below the shoulder seam.

 

 

Unit Numerals - This patch is worn to signify membership in a Pack 222. This patch can be made up of three individual numeral patches that are sewn on next to one another. Unit numbers are worn on the left sleeve just below the council patch.    OUR PACK IS 138

 

World Crest - This patch is worn by all Scouts and Leaders to signify membership of our program in the World Scouting Movement.  This patch is worn centered above the left pocket in the middle between the top of the pocket and the shoulder seam.

 

Rank Badges - The following patches are worn on the uniforms of Cub Scouts from Tigers through Webelos Scouts. The following patches are Rank Badges and are earned as the Cubs progress through the various ranks in the Pack.

Tiger Cub Badge The Tiger Cub badge is for boys who have completed all 15 parts of the five achievements, that is, five family activities, five den activities, and five Go See It outings. It is worn on the left pocket.

 

Bobcat Badge - This badge is the first badge earned before any other badge can be earned. It is worn on the left pocket.

 

 

Wolf Badge- This badge is earned by boys who have completed the 12 Wolf Achievements. It is worn on the left pocket.

 

Bear Badge - To earn the Bear badge, a boy must complete 12 of the 24 specified achievements. He can select the ones he wants to do from four different groups: God, Country, Family, and Self. It is worn on the left pocket.

 

Tiger Cub Pocket Totem -The beads go on the first three strands of the Tiger Cub totem. (The fourth strand is for Tiger Track beads which signify completed electives.) It is worn on the right pocket bottom. A boy receives totem beads as he completes each part:

He earns a white bead for each required 'family activity' part he completes.

He earns an orange bead for each required 'den activity' part he completes.

He earns a black bead for each required 'Go See It' part he completes.

 

Progress Towards Ranks - As a Wolf, when he completes any three achievements, the den leader can present the Progress Toward Ranks patch to him. Each time the boy completes three achievements he will receive another gold bead. As a Bear, red beads are presented for each three achievements earned. It is worn on the right shirt pocket button.

 
 


Gold and Silver Arrow Points- A Wolf or Bear Cub has completed ten elective requirements, he has earned his first Arrow Point - a gold one. Only one gold arrow point may be earned during the Wolf year, and one during the Bear year. It is worn 3/4" below and centered under the current rank badge (Wolf and Bear). After earning a Gold Arrow Point, a Cub may complete ten more requirements to earn a Silver Arrow Point. Under his Wolf or Bear badge, he may wear as many Silver Arrow Points as he earns. They are worn in rows of two below, centered, and touching the Gold Arrow Point or previously earned Silver Arrow Points, below each rank.

 

 

Webelos Badge - The Webelos rank is the first step in a boy's transition towards a Boy Scout troop. It is worn centered on the left pocket.

 

Webelos Activity Badges and Webelos Colors - Webelos activity badges are sorted into five discipline-related groups. They are the Community Group, the Mental Skills

Group, the Outdoor Group, the Physical Skills Group, and the Technology Group. Activity Badges can be displayed on the front of the Webelos cap or on the Webelos Colors. The Webelos Colors are worn on the right sleeve immediately below

the US Flag.

 

Compass Point Emblem and Compass Points - After you have earned the Webelos Badge; you can earn the compass points emblem. It is awarded after you earn seven activity badges: four more in addition to the three you earned for the Webelos badge. Wear your compass points emblem attached to the button on the right pocket of your Webelos uniform shirt. After you earn the compass points emblem, you'll receive a metal compass point for each four additional activity badges you earn. Pin these compass points on the emblem in the "E," "W," or "S" positions, in any order you choose.

 

 

Arrow of Light - After a boy has earned his Webelos badge, the next step on the Webelos trail to becoming a Boy Scout is earning the Arrow of Light Award. This is the highest award a Cub Scout can earn, and is the only Cub Scout badge that can be worn on the Boy Scout Uniform. It is worn centered below left pocket.