The stories captured in Legacy of Honor hold valuable lessons for our country as we face new challenges at home and abroad. These Eagle Scouts will inspire readers to become leaders in serving others. (President Jimmy Carter)
Whether you choose to become a teacher, a police officer, a doctor, or even the mayor of the greatest city in the world, your experiences as an Eagle Scout will prove invaluable. Alvin Townley's Legacy of Honor does justice to the proud history and bright future of the Eagle Scouts. (Mayor Michael Bloomberg)
Alvin Townley's book describes how the Eagle Scout program can shape a life. He demonstrates this by providing examples of many former Eagles who have succeeded in life in no small part because of their experience in scouting. Once an Eagle, always an Eagle. (Senator Bill Bradley)
In Legacy of Honor, we not only learn who many of these Eagle Scouts were, but the kind of leaders they have become and the enormous contributions they have made to their country and the world. In compiling these life stories, Alvin Townley has completed a picture of an extraordinary program and how its training has helped shape equally extraordinary lives. (Hon. Christine Todd Whitman, former governor of New Jersey and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator)
Alvin Townley's book reveals the legacy of the Boy Scouts. He relates the adventures and deeds of Eagle Scouts living by the Scout Oath … while contributing to the success of America. An excellent story that will inspire all of us. (Captain James A. Lovell, commander of Apollo 13)
The unique leadership role in America over the past century of men who earned their Eagle Scout award as boys is unparalleled in business, the professions, politics, the military and national security. Legacy of Honor explores this extraordinary phenomenon of Eagles' leadership through individual stories, both informative and inspirational. (Robert M. Gates, former CIA director and National Eagle Scout Association president)
Legacy of Honor will have a positive impact on the lives of millions of boys and their families. … If everyone in our country lives the principles of Scouting, the best years in our country's history will be in the future. (Ross Perot)
Scouting and conservation share respect for the natural world, so it always seemed natural to me that many of our staff and volunteer leaders would be Eagle Scouts--this book provides wonderful insights into all that Scouting offers and how it helps develop tomorrow's leaders. (Steve McCormick, President and CEO, The Nature Conservancy)
Commitment and devotion to the bedrock principles of our country -- optimism, fairness, determination and preparedness - are inseparably intertwined with Scouting. Alvin Townley does a superb job of portraying how Eagle Scouting helps shape these everyday yet incredibly powerful values that serve our families and society so well. (J.W. Marriott, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Marriott International)
My son just received his Eagle Scout - this was one of his presents. Alvin Townley writes a nice collection of stories of Eagle Scouts here.Published 20 days ago by W. Jessup
This is perfect reading for your Eagle to be or just awarded Eagle. The journey of life has just begun.Published 2 months ago by ralph summerfield
It got stolen by my Mom, my son's scout master & I think my brother so I haven't gotten a chance to read it yet. Good thing I got 2 copies so my son can still read it for himself. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kelli Weingarten
This was the perfect gift for a brand new Eagle Scout; a book all about the Eagle Scout tradition and accomplishment.Published 3 months ago by Arnold T. Serrata "Nolo Serrata"
I ordered this along with the Soaring Eagle plaque for my grandson when he became an Eagle Scout. After ordering, I decided to give him some money along with the plaque so my... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barbara C.
This is a great book, even if you're not involved in Scouting. Insightful and inspiring. Townley has written a compelling book.Published 7 months ago by Nancy Stouffer