Freedom Rangeman Shop

The Trailman Oath

"On my honor I will do my best

to serve God and my country,

to respect authority,

to be a good steward of creation,

and to treat others as I want to be treated."

Exclusive Freedom Award Items

The Freedom Award is the crowning achievement of Trail Life USA. Upon receiving this award, Trail Life USA is proud to provide these Rangemen and their parents with exclusive Freedom Award products to celebrate this great accomplishment. These items are available for purchase with proof of Freedom Rangeman status.

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"...walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him: bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God..."

Colossians 1:10 (ESV)

"...walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him: bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God..."

Colossians 1:10 (ESV)

GIFTS & MEMORABILIA

These items are not restricted for purchase. They can be bought as gifts without proof of Freedom Rangeman status.

What is the Freedom Award? 

The Freedom Award is the highest award in Trail Life USA. It is an achievement accomplished by the few who reach the apex of the Trail Life Program. Earning the award requires a demonstrated mastery of a significant skill set including 25 Trail Badges, progressing through 2 additional ranks, performing 20 hours of servant service each year, and having served as a leader among his peers. He must also complete four "Freedom Experiences" in 3 separate chosen fields; complete a Faith Building Activity; budget, plan, and organize a volunteer team to complete a Servant Leadership Project; and complete an advancement conference and formal Freedom Board of Review.

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What is the Freedom Award? 

The Freedom Award is the highest award in Trail Life USA. It is an achievement accomplished by the few who reach the apex of the Trail Life Program. Earning the award requires a demonstrated mastery of a significant skill set including 25 Trail Badges, progressing through 2 additional ranks, performing 20 hours of servant service each year, and having served as a leader among his peers. He must also complete four "Freedom Experiences" in 3 separate chosen fields; complete a Faith Building Activity; budget, plan, and organize a volunteer team to complete a Servant Leadership Project; and complete an advancement conference and formal Freedom Board of Review.

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What is the Freedom Award? 

The Freedom Award is the highest award in Trail Life USA. It is an achievement accomplished by the few who reach the apex of the Trail Life Program. Earning the award requires a demonstrated mastery of a significant skill set including 25 Trail Badges, progressing through 2 additional ranks, performing 20 hours of servant service each year, and having served as a leader among his peers. He must also complete four "Freedom Experiences" in 3 separate chosen fields; complete a Faith Building Activity; budget, plan, and organize a volunteer team to complete a Servant Leadership Project; and complete an advancement conference and formal Freedom Board of Review.

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What is the Freedom Award? 

The Freedom Award is the highest award in Trail Life USA. It is an achievement accomplished by the few who reach the apex of the Trail Life Program. Earning the award requires a demonstrated mastery of a significant skill set including 25 Trail Badges, progressing through 2 additional ranks, performing 20 hours of servant service each year, and having served as a leader among his peers. He must also complete four "Freedom Experiences" in 3 separate chosen fields; complete a Faith Building Activity; budget, plan, and organize a volunteer team to complete a Servant Leadership Project; and complete an advancement conference and formal Freedom Board of Review.