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Court of Honor

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A Court of Honour, in traditional Scouting and the South African Scout Association and Scouting Ireland, consists of all the Patrol leaders and it assists in the running of the troop. This is known as a Patrol Leader's Conference (PLC) in the US. In Boy Scouts of America, a court of honor is a ceremony in which ranks and other awards are presented to the Scouts who earned them.