Order of the Arrow is a Native American themed honor camping and service organization that is a program feature of the Boy Scouts of America. Elections to OA occur twice annually within the Troop. Eligibility is based upon reaching First Class rank and completing fifteen nights of camping.
BSA's national brotherhood of honor campers which promotes Scouting's outdoor programs. Found in 1915, by E. Urner Goodman. To be eligible for membership, a scout must prove his camping and scouting ability.
Scouting's national honor society that recognizes those Scout campers who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. Has local lodge meetings. “Brotherhood of Cheerful Service.
A national brotherhood of scout honor campers of the Boy Scouts of America. Members are elected by their peers after meeting basic requirements of camping knowledge and experience. Also called OA. The OA motto of "Cheerful Service" indicates their purpose. They are often found improving scout camps, running council events, and providing service to the scouting community. More Info on OA
The Order of the Arrow (OA) is a program of the Boy Scout division of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). It is the BSA's national honor society for experienced campers, based on Native American traditions, and dedicated to the ideal of cheerful service. Members of the Order of the Arrow are called Arrowmen.