Wiesbaden teens receive Scouting's highest honor
WIESBADEN, Germany — Two 18-year-olds from U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden became Eagle Scouts Sunday, receiving the Boy Scouts’ highest honor during a ceremony at Clay Kaserne.
Adam Cloud and Michael Brandt had worked toward the rank since starting in Scouting a decade ago.
“It feels great, it’s just awesome to have finally gotten this award,” Cloud said. “It was a lot of time that I had to put into it, getting all the merit badges. There’s a specific plan you have to set.”
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