Welcome to Troop 1346!

 Troop 1346 has offered the benefits of Boy Scouting to youth in central and southern Fairfax County, VA. for three decades. 

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Fall Court of Honor

Posted on Nov 22 2015 - 2:44pm

Fall Court of Honor  - Last Monday we held our Fall Court of Honor where we celebrated the numerous achievements of our Scouts for the last 5 months.  Our scouts earned 281 merit badges, 54 rank advancements which also included 4 Eagles and 52 special awards  which included Totin' Chip, Firem'n Chit, Snorkeling, World Conservation Award, Boardsailing, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Kayaking, Mile Swim and the National Outdoor Award. 

New PLC Announced

Posted on Nov 15 2015 - 1:09pm

Matt C. – SPL
Michael C. - ASPL
Alex C. - ASPL
Declan D. - ASPL
Kavanaugh R. - ASPL
James P. - ASPL
Thomas S. - Chaplain Aide
Josh D. - Historian
Andrew B. - Instructor
Ben R. - Instructor
Reid F. - Instructor
Logan F. - Instructor
Brendan H. - Instructor
Justin R. - Librarian
Michael V. - OA Rep
Drew R. – Sr. Quartermaster

Congratulations to Christen B., Troop 1346 Newest Eagle Scout

Posted on Oct 28 2015 - 7:05pm


Patriot District 2015 Fall Camporee

Posted on Oct 19 2015 - 1:16pm

25 scouts and 9 adults traveled to Verdun, VA for the Fall District Fall Camporee. The Troop also hosted 3 Pack 1344 Webelos, their den chief along with their dads for the weekend. Some scouts participated air rifle shooting, an air rifle decathlon, archery, axe throwing, and sling shot shooting. They also fished and played dodge ball. The older scouts went on the high ropes challenge course that was spread throughout the trees and fields. The high challenge course included a traverse slide–for-life that carries a scout over 1000 feet through the forest and over a valley. A couple of scouts also took the Journalism merit badge.

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