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[rec.scouting.usa] Commonly asked questions (FAQ 4) Part 2
Section - 4.2.2 BSA -- Boy Scouting - Aims

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There are three aims to BSA Scouting:

To build character 
   To build self-reliance, self-discipline, self-confidence and self-respect 
To foster citizenship 
   To foster love of community, country and world, along with a commitment of
   service to others and an understanding of democratic principles. 
To develop fitness 
   To develop physical, mental, emotional, and moral fitness that will 
   stay with a Scout for the rest of his life. 

These three aims are the bedrock of the American Scouting movement. They
represent the long term outcomes we want for every boy.

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