I did a few google searches and didn't find anything about National developing a plan.
I dont think there is anything wrong with the masses working out a plan and then proposing it to national. I think Bob has done most of the work already, and with a few tweaks we could have something to submit.
Doing what is is best for you is great, but I think we would have much to gain from standardization on a national level.
Wednesday, November 5, 2003, 12:09:31 PM, you wrote:
n> I don't mean to muddy the waters, but I thought I read that BSA
n> National had already developed a recommended FRS channel plan. I
n> read it somewhere and it sounds as though it never really got
n> promoted. The bottom line is to adopt what works for you. I think
n> it would be good if BSA were to propose national standards and
n> publish them in Scouting magazine.
n> Bill Morine, N2COP, Advancement Chairman, Troop 215, Northeast
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