- Service stars above the pocket.
- If a medal or embroidered knot for youth members is worn,service stars are raised.
- Embroidered square knots are worn centered above the pocket in rows of three.
- Not more than five medals may be worn, pinned centered immediately above the pocket (extending over knots if both are worn).
- The wearing sequence for knots or medals is at the wearers discretion and lead color is to the wearers right.
- Badges of rank are worn centered on the pocket above the Arrow of Light Award. Flap buttoned.
- The World Crest is worn centered horizontally over the left pocket and vertically between the left shoulder seam and the top of the pocket.
- Jamboree insignia (only one) worn above BSA or interpreter strip.
- Order of the Arrow lodge insignia worn on pocket flap.
- Temporary insignia worn centered on the pocket. Flap buttoned..
- Nameplate, if worn, is centered above the BSA strip, interpreter strip.
Colored shoulder loops identify the area of Scouting:
- Blue: Cub Scouting
- Red: Boy Scouting (including Varsity Scout leaders in a troop)
- Blaze: Varsity Scouting
- Green: Venturing
- Silver: Council & District
- Gold: National & Regional
A Scouter should wear the color shoulder loop of the position in which he is functioning.
- Council patches, unit numeral, and badge of office are worn as shown snug up, and touching each other. Badge of office is centered below and touches unit numeral.
- The veteran unit bar(25, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, or 80 years) is positioned above and touching troop numeral and in turn touching council patch.
- Den chief cord is worn over the left shoulder and under epaulet.
- Only the most recently earned Quality Unit Award may be worn below patrol emblem or below NationalHonor Patrol star.
- Musician badge, if in band or drum corps, is worn 1/2 inch below patrol emblem.
- Up to six merit badges may be worn on the long-sleeve shirt in two columns of three starting 3 inches above the bottom edge of the cuff.