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I.B.S. Golden Globe Award

Globe


The Golden Globe Award, created in 1968, is bestowed upon those IBS Scouters who have given noteworthy, distinctive, and extraordinary service to the International Boy Scouts over an extended period of time.

This award, the IBS's highest commendation, recognizes the exceptional service and dedication over many years, usually a minimum of 30 years as a uniformed Scouter. In the extraordinary case of a truly notable and distinctive contribution this requirement may be reduced proportionally in recognition of the invaluable contribution.

Since the award's inception in 1968 the IBS Golden Globe has been awarded to seven Scouters.

 
1
Bro. Joseph J. Janning
1968
IBS Founder and responsible for IBS's recognition and direct registration by the World Scout Bureau.
Scoutmaster Warrant issued directly by Baden-Powell
Scoutmaster during the Great Kanto Earthquake and temporary relocation to Kobe
2
Bro. William Ambrose (William Ambromitis)
1968

Contribution as ASM/SM and Committee. Service in excess of 30 years
First Assistant Scoutmaster of IBS. Assumed the position of Scoutmaster upon Bro. Jenning's relocation

3
Bro. Leo Craft SM
1971
Contribution as ACM/CM/SM and Committee. Service in excess of 30 years
Scoutmaster during WWII and during the forced relocation to Gora
4
Bro. James Masuura (James Masur)
1974
Contribution as ASM/SM/SSA and Committee. Service in excess of 30 years
(total service to IBS exceeded 60 years in 2014)
Primary Scouter responsible for the design and implementation of the IBS post-war Scouting program including uniforms, insignia, Handbook, and the IBS song
5
John Mittwer
1977
Contribution to post-war Scouting as ASM and Committee
Through various positions served as liaison between IBS, WOSM, Boy Scouts of Japan, Boy Scouts of Korea, and the Boy Scouts of America (FEC)
6
Bro. Charles Loebig
1984
Contribution as ACM/CM/SM and Committee. Service in excess of 30 years
Primary Scouter responsible for formalizing the IBS Cub Scout program
7
Bro. Joseph Scheible
1994
Contribution as ACM/CM/SM and Committee. Service in excess of 35 years
Assisted with formalizing the IBS Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs, IBS insignia, and Handbook

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