Eagles' Call magazine submission guidelines
All submissions to Eagles’ Call magazine are published at the discretion of the staff and may be edited for content and space. Please include a telephone number and e-mail address with each submission. We cannot publish previously copyrighted material, including newspaper articles and professional photographs. Many studio-type portraits, including school photos, are copyrighted and may not be reproduced without express written permission from the photography studio.
Please take note of the below guidelines for submitting achievements for publication in Eagles’ Call magazine. Submissions that do not follow these guidelines or that are not verifiable might not be published.
Awards and recognition:
Eagle scouting is a family affair:
God and country:
Many young men exchange their Scout uniforms for fatigues, dress blues, or battle dress uniforms. NESA salutes all those currently serving in our armed forces.Submit a photo and information about an Eagle Scout’s achievements in the armed forces for recognition in Eagles’ Call magazine by completing this form.
Once an eagle ... always an eagle:
Robert S.S. Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, taught Scout trailblazers to make a simple trail sign, a circle with a dot in the middle, to indicate that they had gone home. Eagles’ Call magazine recognizes those who blazed many trails for us to follow, and have now, too, gone home. If you would like to acknowledge an Eagle Scout who has gone home, please complete this form.