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Welcome To Bangladesh Air Scouts

Welcome to the official website of Bangladesh Air Scouts. It’s a really great way and opportunity for us to introduce us to worldwide through this site. We hope you all scout-lovers will get sufficient information's and other e-scouting stuffs from here. It would be our great success, if all the scouts who visited our website, anyhow get some kind of help from here. Because we believe in the motto: "SERVE"

Air Scouts

Air Scouts are members of the international Scouting movement, of their respective Scouting organizations as a branch, similar to Sea Scouts branches, with a particular emphasis on an aviation themed program and/or flying-based activities. Air Scouts follow the same basic Scouting program as normal Scouts but devote certain amounts of time focused on their air activities.

Air Scouts often wear a slightly different uniform from the rest of the Scouting movement and/or may have additional badges/insignia.

Most air activities are ground based like visits to airports and air museums, radio controlled model flight, aero modelling and camping on airfields. Depending on age group, country and Scout group the activities can also include parachuting or flights in light aircraft, helicopters, gliders or hot air balloons.

About Baden Powell

Robert Stephenson Smith Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (22 February 1857 – 8 January 1941), also known as B-P, was a lieutenant-general in the British Army, writer, and founder of the Scout Movement.

After having been educated at Charter house School, Baden-Powell served in the British Army from 1876 until 1910 in India and Africa. In 1899, during the Second Boer War in South Africa, Baden-Powell successfully defended the city in the Siege of Mafeking. Several of his military books, written for military reconnaissance and scout training in his African years, were also read by boys. Based on those earlier books, he wrote Scouting for Boys, published in 1908 by Pearson, for youth readership. During writing, he tested his ideas through a camping trip on Brownsea Island that began on 1 August 1907, which is now seen as the beginning of Scouting.

After his marriage with Olave St Clair Soames, Baden-Powell, his sister Agnes Baden-Powell and notably his wife actively gave guidance to the Scouting Movement and the Girl Guides Movement. Baden-Powell lived his last years in Nyeri, Kenya, where he died in 1941.


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