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Patrol Corner, Den, or Patrol Box

A Patrol Box should be light in weight and approximately 24" long x 18" wide x 12" deep with handles to facilitate carrying Patrol equipment from one place to another. Where there are no Patrol Dens or Corners, it serves as a place in which to keep Patrol equipment.

bulletPencils and paper 
bullet Crayons Chalk
bulletPatrol First Aid Kit 
bullet Practice bandages
bulletRopes for knotting and lashing 
bulletSharpening stone
bulletSignaling apparatus (buzzer, flags, lamps, etc.) 
bullet Ball and other small games equipment
bulletMatches 
bullet Candle 
bullet Compass 
bullet Map of District 
bullet List of important addresses and telephone numbers, such as doctors, police, etc.
bulletWall charts
bulletPatrol progress chart
bulletCards showing the Morse and semaphore codes 
bullet Patrol record book 
bullet Patrol logbook 
bullet Records 
bullet Trophies
bulletScout Handbook 
bulletScouting for Boys

 

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