Troop 80 – Amarillo, TX Proud to be a "60 Year" Troop

Well Known Eagles

  • Gary L. Anderson (’60) United States Congressman, New York
  • Bill Alexander (’51) United States Congressman, Arkansas
  • Neil Armstrong (’47) Astronaut, First man on the moon
  • Charles F. Barber (’33) CEO American Smelting and Refining Co.
  • Charles E. Bennett (’25) United States Congressman, Florida
  • Lloyd M. Bentsen (’38) United States Senator, Texas
  • Jeff Bingaman (’58)United States Senator, New Mexico
  • Charles H. Bonesteel III (’25) Army four-star General
  • William Bradley (’57) United States Senator, New Jersey; NY Knicks basketball star
  • James S. Brady (’55) Press Secretary to President Reagan
  • John Bryant {60) United States Senator, Texas
  • Milton A. Canniff (’23) Cartoonist (Terry & the Pirates, Steve Canyon)
  • M. Bob Carr (’58) United States Congressman, Michigan
  • William P. Clements, Jr. (’30) Governor, Texas
  • Thad Cochran (’52)United States Senator, Mississippi
  • Barber B. Conable, Jr. (’37) President, World Bank
  • Jim Cooper (’68) United States Congressman, Tennessee
  • William E. Dannemeyer (’44) United States Congressman, California
  • Hal Daub (’51) United States Congressman, Nebraska
  • John E. Dolibois (’34) U. S. Ambassador to Luxembourg
  • Hedley W. Donovan (’29) Editor in Chief, Time Magazine
  • Michael S. Dukakis (’49) Governor, Massachusetts; 1988 Presidential Candidate
  • Arthur R. Eldred (’12) First Eagle Scout
  • Gerald R. Ford (’27)President: Vice President, United States Congressman (age of14)
  • Clifton C. Garvin, Jr. (’37) Chairman of Board, Exxon
  • Richard A. Gephardt (’55) United States Congressman, Mssouri
  • Maurice F. Granville (’31) Chairman & CEO, Texaco
  • Gerald Greenwald (’49) Chairman, Chrysler Motors
  • Zenon C. R. Hansen (’26) Chairman, Mack Trucks
  • Ronald J. Hays (’45) Admiral; Commander, U. S. Navy Pacific Fleet
  • Chic Hecht (’44) United States Senator, Nevada
  • Dennis M. Hertel (’61) United States Congressman, Michigan
  • Alexander Holsinger of Normal, Ill. Became the One Millionth Eagle Scout
  • Howard W. Hunter (’20) President of the Council of Twelve, Church of the L.D.S.
  • James Jontz (’65) United States Congressman, Indiana
  • Ewing M. Kauffman (’31) Owner, Kansas City Royals baseball team
  • Charles R. Larson (’50) Vice-Admiral; Commander U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet
  • James A. Lovell Jr. (’43) Astronaut, Gemini, Apollo
  • Richard G. Lugar (’46) United States Senator, Indiana
  • Raymond G. G B. Malavasi (’44) Head coach, LA Rams football team
  • J. William Marriott, Jr. President & CEO, Marriott (hotel) Corporation
  • Sanford N. McDonnell (’42) Chairman, McDonnell Douglas
  • Emery Moorehead (’69) Chicago Bears football player
  • John P. Murtha (’46) United States Congressman, Pennsylvania
  • Jay North (’28) Author of Superman
  • Samuel A. Nunn, Jr. (’51) United States Senator, Georgia
  • James R. Olin (’36) United States Congressman, Virginia
  • Ellison S. Onizuka (’64) Astronaut; perished on the Challenger space shuttle
  • Charles Pashayan, Jr. (’54) United States Congressman, California
  • Donald J. Pease (’46) United States Congressman, Ohio
  • H. Ross Perot (’43) Presidential candidate, 1992
  • J. J. Pickle (’31) United States Congressman, Texas
  • Arthur Ravenell Jr. (’41) United States Congressman, South Carolina
  • J. Roy Rowland, Jr. (’42) United States Congressman, Georgia
  • Warren B. Rudman (’45) United States Senator, New Hampshire
  • J. Terry Sanford (’32) United States Senator, North Carolina
  • John D. Schapiro (’31) Chairman, Boston Metals
  • Robert L. Scott (’23} WWII ace pilot (Flying Tigers)
  • William S. Sessions (’47) FBI Director
  • Richard T. Schulze (’45) United States Congressman, Pennsylvania
  • Edgar F. Shannon, Jr. (’32) President University of Virginia
  • Philip R. Sharp (’55) United States Congressman, Indiana
  • Paul Siple (‘?) Accompanied Commander Byrd on expedition to Antarctica, 1928; Invented the Wind Chill Factor
  • David Skaggs (’57) United States Congressman, Colorado
  • Ike Skelton (’48) United States Congressman, Missouri
  • Christopher H. Smith (’67)United States Congressman, New Jersey
  • Robert F. Smith (’47) United States Congressman, Oregon
  • Steven Spielberg (’61) Movie Producer
  • Richard H. Stallings (’57) United States Congressman, Idaho
  • Richard H. Truly (’52) Astronaut, Sky lab, Apollo-Soyuez
  • Sam M. Walton (’34) Chairman & CEO, Wal-Mart Stores
  • John D. Waihee III (’60) Governor, Hawaii
  • Larry D. Welch (’48) General and Chief of Staff, US Air Force
  • William C. Westmoreland (’30) General; Commander U.S. forces, Vietnam War
  • John M. Wright, Jr. (’29) Lt. General; Comptroller General of the Army
  • Elmo R. Zumwalt (’37) Admiral, Chief of Naval Operations

Other Famous Scouts (not Eagles or unknown) are:

  • Henry Fonda
  • Willis Reed
  • Mark Spitz
  • Hank Aaron
  • Richard Roundtree
  • James (Jimmy) Stewart
  • James Lovell
  • Rich Little
  • David Hartman

Famous Scouters:

  • John Glenn
  • Norman Rockwell

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