Deep Sea Scouts and Adventurers are those who are members of the Royal
Navy, the Merchant Navy, the Fishing Fleets, crews of ocean going yachts or of
Sea Training Establishments. They
are enrolled by I.H.Q. or by persons authorised by I.H.Q.; applications for
enrollment should be sent through some Scouter or person holding Non-executive
or Honorary rank, to whom the applicant is personally known.
Full particulars will be found in the pamphlet "Deep Sea Scouts;
Rules and Organisation," obtainable from I.H.Q. without charge.
Warrants for Scouters, including A.C.Cs. and A.D.Cs., will be issued on
lines similar to those laid down in Part III.
Handicapped Scouts are Scouts who are prevented by physical or mental
handicaps from joining completely in the activities of normal Scouts: they are
expected to pass the normal tests except where prevented from doing so by their
disability, in which case they may pass the alternative tests approved by I.H.Q.
They should form part of the normal organisation of Counties, Districts,
Persons who are not Scouters, holders of Non-executive or Honorary rankor
Old Scouts, e.g., associates of the Boy Scouts Association, Members of County
Councils, members and associates of L.A., and other supporters of the Movement,
may wear a miniature gold, or green and yellow enamel pin badge, obtainable
direct from I.H.Q. (Equipment Dept.).
The possession of this badge does not of itself constitute membership of
the Boy Scouts Association.
Various Scouts and Scouters were awarded special badges in respect of
Scout War Service during the period 1914-18.
Those entitled to such badges may continue to wear them on uniform.
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