The Troop Scouter with primary responsibility for the section; the contact person.
A trained registered leader of a Boy Scout troop, 21 years of age or older.
Adult leader who trains and guides the youth leaders in carrying out the scouting program. One or more Assistant Scoutmasters (ASM) help the Scoutmaster and are often assigned specific roles and duties.
A Scoutmaster is the primary adult Scout Leader of a Scout Troop. The term is used in the Boy Scouts of America and Scouting Ireland although different terms are used in other English-speaking Scout associations.