This is a list of notable Scouts and Scouters.

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  • هذه قائمة لأسماء الكشافات و القادة الكشفيين. (ar)
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  • Musician
  • Politician
  • President
  • author
  • singer
  • Prime Minister
  • Chief Scout
  • politician
  • Entrepreneur
  • poet
  • entrepreneur
  • entertainer
  • Educator
  • Hero
  • Ambassador
  • Mountaineer
  • philosopher
  • comedian
  • former Prime Minister
  • Heroes
  • historian
  • television host
  • Legislator
  • Broadcast journalist
  • television presenter
  • Footballer
  • astronaut
  • TV presenter
  • Cub Scout
  • Film and television actor
  • Member, World Scout Committee. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1971.
  • Served on the World Scout Committee, 1959-65 and 1967-73. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1961.
  • Scouting historian and author. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1996.
  • Cub Scout, Boy Scout, awarded Medal of Honor in the Iraq War
  • Director, Boy Scouts International Bureau , Boy Scouts World Bureau , and World Scout Bureau , 1955-81. Consultant for the Bureau, 1981-86. Organizer of Jamboree-on-the-Air, 1958-88. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1973.
  • Founder of Vietnamese Scouting, 1930. He was assisted in the early years by Tạ Văn Rục, Hoàng Đạo Thúy, Lương Thái, Huỳnh văn Diệp, and Trần Con. After the 1975 Communist takeover of South Vietnam, Trần văn Khắc migrated and lived out life in Canada.
  • Boy Scout; historian, author of From Slavery to Freedom; recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • Belgian cartoonist and creator of The Adventures of Tintin
  • chairman of the board of directors of Dutch electronics company Philips
  • An expert in sociology and political science, he was a research specialist at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva when the Institute, under contract with the World Scout Bureau and the Ford Foundation, assigned him to conduct a two-year international study of the Scout Movement. This led to reorganization of the World Organization of the Scout Movement and his appointment as Secretary General. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1977.
  • Codename "Zośka." Scouter. Szarych Szeregów. After whom the famous Batalion Zośka was named.
  • Three-person delegation of Scouter Shimoda Toyomatsu, Scouter Koshiba Hiroshi, and Scout Richard Shin Suzuki who attended the 1920 World Jamboree in England
  • MP - Minister of Environment, Heritage and The Arts and musician
  • Former regular British Army Air Corps officer and a current European Space Agency astronaut and International Space Station crew member.
  • Boy Scout; Scoutmaster; Scouting professional who served in various positions in the Boy Scouts of America; authored many books and articles on Scouting, outdoor activities, and Scout skills, including the first Scout Fieldbook and three editions of the Boy Scout Handbook of the BSA; trainee at the first Wood Badge course in the USA, 1936 and served as Senior Patrol Leader at the second course some days later; organized Wood Badge as a regular BSA program in 1948, serving as the first Course Leader; recipient of the Bronze Wolf Award
  • Prominent Scouting leader. Founder of Kandersteg International Scout Centre. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1937.
  • Scoutmaster. Officer, Armia Krajowa. Arrested and killed by Gestapo.
  • Vice President, Boy Scouts de Syrie. Served on Boy Scouts International Committee, 1951-57. Promoted Scouting throughout the Middle East. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1969.
  • President of The College of The Bahamas and senior fellow at American Association of State Colleges and Universities
  • Served on the World Scout Committee from 1947 to 1949 and again from 1951 to 1957. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1966.
  • National Executive Board Member, Boy Scouts of America;; US Secretary of Agriculture; President; Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; recipient of the Bronze Wolf Award
  • Scouting started in India in the year 1909, when Captain T.H. Baker established the first Scout Troop in Bangalore and got it registered with Imperial Headquarters, London.
  • Founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA. Helped found European Guides
  • Soldier. Second Boer War veteran. Commissioner, The Boy Scouts Association. Founder, The British Boy Scouts . Founder and Grand Scout Master, Order of World Scouts, the oldest Scout federation.
  • Early leader who strove to maintain the non-political nature of Scouting. Killed by Việt Cộng during the 1968 Tet Offensive.
  • Scouter. President of the ZHP. Professor of the underground university system.
  • Cub; Scout; Scoutmaster; Commissioner; Chief Scout; Vice Chairman, Africa Region; Chairman, World Scout Committee; Vice President, South Africa Scout Association; Chairman, National Scout Council. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1996.
  • First prominent Cub leader. Authored Jungle Wisdom.
  • Deputy Commissioner, Philippine Islands Council, Boy Scouts of America.
  • Began the first Scouting group in Vienna in 1912. Later served on the International Committee of the World Organization of the Scout Movement from its creation in 1922 until 1929.
  • National Commissioner, Bharat Scouts and Guides. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1969.
  • Co-Founder of Polish Girl Guides. Executed by the Russians.
  • Life Scout who developed a test for cancer at age 15
  • Actor, community leader, civil rights activist
  • Arctic and Antarctic explorer
  • Astronaut; Tenderfoot Scout
  • Australian rules footballer and coach
  • Austrian Scouter, Shanghai.
  • Author of several best-selling scouting books
  • Autocratic ruler of Libya
  • BBC news presenter
  • BSA Commissioner
  • BSP Assistant Secretary General
  • BSP Charter Member
  • BSP Founder
  • BSP National Director
  • BSP National Director and National Executive
  • BSP National Executive Board Member
  • BSP National President
  • BSP official
  • Biali Kurierzy, Szare Szeregi.
  • Boy Scout; civil rights activist
  • Brazilian president
  • British Scoutmaster, Shanghai.
  • CBE, Omanhene of Asebu State
  • CEO of BP.
  • Chairman of APSOG
  • Charter Member, Alpha Phi Omega
  • Chief Girl Scout
  • Chief Scout, recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1967
  • Chief Scout, recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1972
  • Chief Scout, recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1977
  • Chief Scout.
  • Chief Scout. Chief Girl Scout.
  • Chief Scout. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1981.
  • Chief Scout. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1982.
  • Chief executive officer of Ryanair
  • Co-Founder, Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland.
  • Co-Founder, Indian Scout Association.
  • Co-Founder, Seva Samiti.
  • Co-founder of Yokahu Lodge, Order of the Arrow
  • Comedian and television presenter
  • Composer.
  • Diplomat, United Nations mediator in Palestine.
  • Scout and heroine, Battle of Shanghai, 1937. Depicted in Eight Hundred Heroes.
  • First Chief Scout, Bandalag Íslenskra Skáta, 1925-38.
  • Entertainer, Cub Scout
  • Illustrator of Scouting and other children's books.
  • Fifth President of Singapore
  • First Lady of Poland in exile.
  • First Prime Minister of Singapore
  • First Scoutmaster of the Philippines, 1910
  • Former Chief Justice of Singapore
  • Former President of the French Republic
  • Former Prime Minister of France
  • Former-Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  • Founder, Alpha Phi Omega, Philippines
  • Founder, Indian Scout Association.
  • Founder, International Boy Scouts, Troop 1
  • Founder, Scouting in Ireland.
  • Free French Air Force fighter pilot
  • GSP Co-Founder
  • GSP Founder
  • GSP President
  • Guide, Guider.
  • Guider. Designed World Guide Flag.
  • Guiding pioneer.
  • Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter
  • Deputy Scout Commissioner, Easton Scout Council, Pennsylvania; Scout Executive, Homestead District Council, Pennsylvania; Scout Executive, Shenandoah Area Council, Winchester, Virginia; founder, Alpha Phi Omega
  • Jewish British Scoutmaster, Shanghai.
  • King of the Belgians, 1951-1993
  • King of the Belgians, 1993-2013
  • King, Chief Scout.
  • King.
  • Labor Leader
  • Life Scout, founder of Microsoft
  • Executive, Philippine Islands Council, Boy Scouts of America.
  • National Commissioner, Bharat Scouts and Guides. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 2008.
  • MP - Former Federal Defence Minister
  • Member, World Scout Committee
  • Raider Scout. High-ranking Communist operative. Scouting leader. Attempted to convince other Scout leaders to join Communist Party. Purged from the Party and arrested 1958.
  • Naczelnik , Szare Szeregi. Executed by the Nazis.
  • Naczelnik , Szare Szeregi. Officer, Armia Krajowa.
  • Nashville songwriter; Life Scout
  • Naturalist, TV personality
  • President & Commissioner, Philippine Islands Council, Boy Scouts of America.
  • Olympic swimmer
  • Organizer of Hungarian Scouts in exile.
  • Served on the World Scout Committee from 1959 to 1965 and again from 1967 to 1973. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1965.
  • Paralympic athlete
  • Physician, priest, Scouter.
  • Pilot.
  • Pioneer of Scouting for Indian boys.
  • Pioneer of Scouting in Arabia.
  • Pop and folk singer
  • Post-Kmer Rouge Scouting pioneer.
  • President of Poland in exile.
  • President, Bharat Scouts and Guides.
  • President, Commonwealth of the Philippines
  • President.
  • Professor. Scoutmaster. Died at Auschwitz.
  • Proponent of Patrol Leaders Training Unit.
  • Queen Consort
  • Actor, theatrical producer, songwriter, intelligence officer. Founder of The Gang Show. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1975.
  • British-Canadian-American naturalist, outdoor artist, conservationist; founded the Woodcraft Indians and the Woodcraft League; inspiration and major source of Baden-Powell's Scouting for Boys; co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America and the Camp Fire Girls; Chief Scout of the Boy Scouts of America; recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1965.
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1971
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1972.
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1975.
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1978.
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1981
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1984
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1985
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1986
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1989
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1991
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1992
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1993
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1998
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 2004
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 2005.
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 2007
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 2012
  • Recipient, Bronze Wolf.
  • Rock musician and record producer
  • Saharan explorer and ethnographer
  • Scout, U.S. Senator from Wyoming
  • Scout.
  • Scout. Military commander.
  • Scouter
  • Scouter.
  • Scouter. Szarych Szeregów.
  • Scouting leader in France and Indochina.
  • Scouting pioneer
  • Scouting pioneer.
  • Scouting pioneer. Deputy Camp Chief.
  • Scoutmaster
  • Scoutmaster. Szarych Szeregów.
  • Scouts-in-exile organizer.
  • Second Prime Minister of Singapore
  • Seventh President of Singapore
  • Singer, TV host, entertainer and actor
  • Singer-songwriter and political activist.
  • Sixth President of Singapore
  • Star Scout; 35th President of the United States
  • Station Manager, Scouting Radio
  • Secretary General of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, 1968-1988
  • TV chef
  • TV personality
  • TV/news presenter
  • Taoiseach of Ireland from 1973 to 1977.
  • Taoiseach of Ireland from 2008 to 2011.
  • Tánaiste from 1973 to 1977.
  • Unknown Scout
  • WW2 general. Director, Boy Scouts World Bureau.
  • War hero
  • Women's Rights Activist
  • World's tallest Boy Scout
  • Scout leader; Dutch Reformed minister; Army Chaplain; one of the Four Chaplains who died when the troop transport was torpedoed during World War II
  • Founder of Mury, the clandestine Polish Girl Guide group inside Ravensbrück concentration camp.
  • actor and mime artist
  • actress and politician
  • also known as Movavedo
  • athlete and sports commentator
  • athlete and television presenter
  • author and politician
  • businessman and aviator
  • celebrity chef
  • chef and television presenter
  • comedian/songwriter and radio presenter
  • comic artist and graphical designer
  • Scoutmaster. In 1958 the Tùng Nguyên national training camp was established under his leadership, where all Scoutmasters trained between 1958 and 1975.
  • disc jockey/TV presenter
  • entrepreneur and environmental campaigner
  • explorer and adventurer
  • TV presenter, adventurer and writer. Chief Scout of the United Kingdom since 2009.
  • filmmaker, actor and musician
  • first female Speaker of the House of Commons
  • football manager
  • footballer
  • former England football manager
  • former First Lady of the United States
  • former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  • former Second Lady of the United States
  • host of The John Boy & Billy Big Show
  • human rights lawyer
  • Racing driver; sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America for the 2012 IndyCar season
  • Soldier, intelligence officer, Scout leader. Senior Deputy Police Commissioner, Calcutta. District Scout Commissioner, Calcutta. Camp Chief, Gilwell. Director, Boy Scouts International Bureau. Held first Wood Badge Course in the USA. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1937.
  • journalist and Girl Guides commissioner
  • journalist and broadcaster
  • member of the Dutch resistance
  • member, NSW Legislative Council
  • midfielder of the England football squad
  • Son of Toufik el-Hibri. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1972.
  • newscaster
  • Jesuit priest, founder of Scouts de France, candidate for canonization.
  • painter and war artist
  • poet, movie director, journalist and painter
  • racing driver
  • radio DJ and media personality
  • radio presenter, TV personality
  • retired basketball player
  • singer-songwriter, producer and actor
  • singer/songwriter/bassist of the Beatles and Wings
  • talkback radio host
  • television and radio presenter
  • television chef
  • the first British woman in space
  • war hero
  • wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
  • Served on the World Scout Committee from 1957 to 1963 and again from 1965 to 1971. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1965.
  • Scout. Scouter. Priest. Died in Nazi prison. Beatified.
  • youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest
  • youngest Canadian to climb Mount Everest
  • Cycled from Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Western Australia to Surfers Paradise, Queensland. Recipient, Australian Scouting Medallion.
  • medical aid worker for Médecins Sans Frontières , abducted in Dagestan
  • Teacher. Scoutmaster. Tortured and killed by Nazis.
  • Chairman of the World Scout Committee. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1969.
  • Commissioner, Soma Hellinon Proskopon. Member, World Scout Committee, 1957-63. Recipient, Bronze Wolf, 1963.
  • Founders of Scouting and Guiding in Poland. Andrzej translated Scouting for Boys into Polish.
  • Scoutmaster. Commander, Batalion Parasol, Armia Krajowa.
  • Co-Founder, Baden-Powell Scouts' Association. Founder, World Federation of Independent Scouts.
  • Prince of the Netherlands, Prince Consort, Chairman of Netherlands Pathfinders
  • ZHP Scout and soldier. Armia Krajowa intelligence officer. Allied spy and war hero.
  • After Griffin's death in 1951, the Boy Scouts of Nippon placed a marker on his grave at the Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery honoring him as Japan's first Scoutmaster.
  • Scouting pioneer; attended 2nd World Scout Jamboree
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  • هذه قائمة لأسماء الكشافات و القادة الكشفيين. (ar)
  • This is a list of notable Scouts and Scouters. (en)
  • Esta página contém uma lista de escoteiros. (pt)
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  • قائمة الكشافين (ar)
  • List of Scouts (en)
  • Liste de scouts (fr)
  • Lista de escoteiros (pt)
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