Honor Medal Award
The Honor Medal is presented to Scouts and Scouters who have shown courage in attempting to save a life with personal risk.
This award has been presented posthumously to Scouts who have died while attempting to save the life of another.
In very exceptional cases the award is presented with crossed gold palms to Scouts and Scouters who have attempted to save a life at great personal risk demonstrating exceptional heroism and extraordinary skill or resourcefulness.
Knot Description: Red on green knot on tan background with yellow border.
Award Requirements: Submit a recommendation with this Nomination Form. The National Court of Honor decides the merits of a submitted act and decides which, if any, recognition is awarded.
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