- List of Eagle Scouts (Boy Scouts of America)
Eagle Scout Created 1911 Recipients
Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program division of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Since it was first awarded in 1912, Eagle Scout has been earned by more than two million young men. The title of Eagle Scout is held for life, thus giving rise to the phrase "Once an Eagle, always an Eagle".
As of 2011, requirements include earning at least 21 merit badges, and demonstrating Scout Spirit, leadership and service. The requirements also include an Eagle Scout Service Project where the Scout must further demonstrate service and leadership. Eagle Scouts are presented with a medal and badge that visibly recognizes the accomplishments of the Scout. Eagle Palms are a further recognition, awarded for completing additional tenure, leadership and merit badge requirements.
The Distinguished Eagle Scout Award (DESA) is one of three distinguished service awards given for national level service and is bestowed only to Eagle Scouts for nationally renowned distinguished service in their profession and to the community for a period of at least 25 years after earning the Eagle Scout rank. Since its introduction in 1969 by the National Eagle Scout Association, the DESA has been awarded to just under 2000 Eagle Scouts.[a] The other two national level BSA Distinguished Service Awards are the Silver Buffalo Award and the Order of the Arrow Distinguished Service Award.
In 2011 the National Eagle Scout Association awarded the first set of NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Awards (NOESA) which are similar to the DESA mentioned above with two noted exceptions: Recipients may have distinguished themselves at a local to regional level rather than at a national level or recipients may have distinguished themselves nationally but have not yet met the 25 year tenure requirement to be considered for a DESA award. The NOESA is similar to the Silver Beaver Award in that it is quota-based and awarded nationally upon the recommendation of a local Boy Scout council.
- Indicates recipients of the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award (DESA)
- Indicates recipients of the NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award (NOESA)
- Italics indicate the names of deceased Eagle Scouts.
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Gary Ackerman 1960 c. Representative from New York (1983–)  James C. Adamson 1961 Army colonel and astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-28 and STS-43  Peter Agre 1964 Medical doctor, professor, and molecular biologist who was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of aquaporin; president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science [a] William Vollie Alexander, Jr. 1950 c. Representative from Arkansas (1969–1993)  Lamar Alexander 1954 Governor of Tennessee 1979–1987); Secretary of Education (1991–1993); Senator from Tennessee (2003–) [a] Bill Amend 1968 c. Cartoonist, best known for his comic strip FoxTrot  John Edward Anderson 1931 Founder of Topa Equities, namesake of UCLA Anderson School of Management [a] Neil Armstrong 1947 Astronaut who flew on the Gemini 8 and Apollo 11 missions; test pilot and naval aviator; first human to set foot on the Moon [a] Alan C. Ashton 1957 Co-founder of WordPerfect Corporation; former professor at Brigham Young University [a] Marvin J. Ashton 1963 Member of the Quorum of the Twelve of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; businessman; Utah state senator [a] Norman Ralph Augustine 1952 Aerospace businessman; former CEO of Martin Marietta Aerospace [a] Brad Avakian 1975 Commissioner of the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries; former Oregon state representative and senator 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Lawrence S. Bacow 1966 Former president of Tufts University and former chancellor of Massachusetts Institute of Technology [a] David A. Bader 1985 Georgia Tech professor  James P. Bagian 1967 Physician and astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-29 and STS-40  Willie Banks 1971 Olympic competitor and world-record-holding track star  Ray Barnhart ca. 1944 Texas state representative; Texas state Republican chairman, director of Federal Highway Administration  Marion Barry 1954 Member of the Council of the District of Columbia; mayor of Washington, D.C. (1979–1991) and (1995–1999)  Harry Brinkley Bass 1930 Navy fighter pilot killed in action over France during World War II; awarded the Navy Cross twice and the Silver Star; USS Brinkley Bass (DD-887) was named in his honor  Charles E. Bayless 1958 President of West Virginia University Institute of Technology; regional Vice-President of West Virginia University [a] Daniel Carter Beard 1915 Author, illustrator, founding pioneer of the Boy Scouts of America  Stephen Bechtel, Jr. 1940 Chairman Emeritus and Director of Bechtel [a] John Beck 1997 c. National Football League quarterback for the Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens  Emory Bellard Head coach at Texas A&M University from 1972 to 1978 and at Mississippi State University from 1979 until 1985  Albert Belle 1981 Major League Baseball outfielder for the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, and Baltimore Orioles; first player to hit 50 doubles and 50 home runs in a single season  Charles Edward Bennett 1925 Representative from Florida (1949–1993) [a] Lloyd Bentsen 1938 US Representative (1948–1955) from Texas; Senator from Texas (1971–1993); nominee for vice president (1988); chairman of the Senate Finance Committee; Secretary of the Treasury (1993–1994) [a] Lee Rogers Berger 1983 Internationally renowned paleoanthropologist, physical anthropologist and archeologist  Dick Beyer 1946 Professional wrestler; schoolteacher; coach  Jeff Bingaman 1958 Senator from New Mexico (1983–); attorney general of New Mexico (1979–1983) [a] Robert Birkby Adventure guide, author, photographer, speaker and trail designer; wrote the 10th, 11th and 12th editions of the Boy Scout Handbook and the 4th edition of the Fieldbook  Arthur Gary Bishop 1967 Serial killer  Sanford Bishop 1962 Representative from Georgia (1993–) [a] Michael Bloomberg 1954 Mayor of the City of New York (2002–); businessman and the founder of Bloomberg L.P.  Guion Bluford 1958 c. Air Force colonel; astronaut who participated in four flights of the Space Shuttle-STS-8, STS-39, STS-53, and STS-61-A; first African American in space; designated as the emissary to return the Challenger flag to a Boy Scout troop  Charles H. Bonesteel III 1925 Army general who commanded the US forces in Korea (1966-1969) [a] Ken Bowersox 1972 c. Navy captain; astronaut; test pilot; veteran of seven space flights-STS-50, STS-61, STS-73, STS-82, STS-113, Expedition 6, and Soyuz TMA-1  William W. Bradley 1957 Rhodes Scholar; National Basketball Association basketball player with the New York Knicks (1967–1977); Senator from New Jersey (1979–1997); US presidential candidate (2000) [a] Charles E. Brady, Jr. 1966 Astronaut who flew on shuttle mission STS-78 [a] James Brady 1955 Gun control advocate; White House Press Secretary under President Ronald Reagan; shot and became permanently disabled during the Reagan assassination attempt [a] Stephen Breyer 1952 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1994–) [a] Sherrod Brown 1968 Representative (1993–2007) and Senator from Ohio (2007–)  Russell Adam Burnham 1995 Great-grandson of Frederick Russell Burnham; U.S. Army's Soldier of the Year in 2003 and Medical Corps Non-commissioned officer of the Year in 2007  Jay Bybee 1969 c. Federal judge on United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Patrick T. Caffery 1950 United States Representative from Louisiana (1969–1973)  John Tyler Caldwell 1926 Chancellor of North Carolina State University (1959–1975) [a] William D. Campbell 1922 Founder of the World Scout Foundation, member of World Scout Committee [a] Milton Caniff 1923 Cartoonist for the Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon comic strips [a] Russ Carnahan 1971 Representative from Missouri (2005–)  Gerald P. Carr 1947 Marine Corps Colonel; astronaut who commanded Skylab 4 [a] Sonny Carter 1962 Astronaut who flew on shuttle mission including STS-33; medical doctor; Navy officer; test pilot; professional soccer player [a] Roger B. Chaffee 1951 c. Navy Lieutenant Commander; pilot and astronaut; killed in the Apollo 1 training exercise tragedy  Kirk Chambers 1997 National Football League offensive tackle for the Cleveland Browns (2004–2005) and Buffalo Bills (2007–)  Gregory Chamitoff 1980 Astronaut who flew on missions STS-124, Expedition 17, Expedition 18, STS-126  Eugene Calvin Cheatham, Jr. 1931 Air Force Lieutenant Colonel; fighter pilot with the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II; then flew over 100 missions during the Korean War; completed requirements for Eagle in 1930 Board of Review was not held until 2004 and was dated Jan 2, 1931  Kim B. Clark 1964 Dean of the Faculty at Harvard Business School (1995–2005); president of Brigham Young University–Idaho (2005–) [a] Marcus R. Clark 1970 c. Louisiana Supreme Court justice  Tom C. Clark 1914 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1949–1967) [a] Thad Cochran 1952 Senator from Mississippi (1978–) [a] George Thomas Coker 1959 Navy Commander; honored with the Navy Cross for his leadership as a prisoner of war (POW) during the Vietnam War [a] Dr. Frank "Tick" Coleman 1926 Community activist and namesake of the Dr. Frank "Tick" Coleman National Service Award; one of the first three known African-American Eagle Scouts  Austin Collie 2004 Wide receiver for the National Football League's Indianapolis Colts  Barber Conable 1937 Representative from New York (1965–1985); president of the World Bank (1986–1991) [a] Jim Cooper 1970 c. Representative from Tennessee (2003–)  Rob Corddry 1987 c. Actor  Richard O. Covey 1960 Astronaut who was the pilot for the first "Return To Space" flight and flew shuttle missions STS-26, STS-38, STS-51-I, STS-61 [a] Steven Cozza 2000 Co-founder of the advocacy group Scouting for All, professional road bicycle racer  Mike Crapo 1966 Senator from Idaho (1999–) [a] John Oliver Creighton 1958 Navy Captain; fighter pilot veteran of the Vietnam War; test pilot; astronaut who flew shuttle missions STS-51-G, STS-36 and STS-48  John W. Creighton, Jr. 1946 Civilian aide to the secretary of the Army; CEO of Weyerhaeuser and United Airlines; national president of the BSA [a] Roger K. Crouch 1956 c. Astronaut who flew on missions STS-83 and STS-94  Edgar Cunningham 1926 Earliest known African American Eagle Scout  Ben Curtis 1996 c. Actor best known for his Dell ads  Clive Cussler 1946 Adventure novelist and successful amateur marine archaeologist, founder of National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA) 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References James Dale 1986 c. Litigant in Boy Scouts of America v. Dale, a landmark case decision by the Supreme Court of the United States on the rights of private organizations  William E. Dannemeyer 1944 Honorary national chairman of Citizens for a Better America; Representative from California (1979–1993) [a] Hal Daub 1955 Representative from Nebraska (1981–1989); lawyer; Mayor of Omaha (1995–2001) [a] James H. Daughdrill, Jr. 1947 President of Rhodes College (1973–1999) [a] William DeVries 1959 c. Cardiothoracic surgeon who performed the first successful permanent artificial heart implant  Robert Dold 1986 c. United States Representative from Illinois (2011-present)  Michael Dukakis 1949 Governor of Massachusetts (1975–1979) and (1983–1991); US Presidential candidate (1988) [a] Charles Duke 1946 Air Force brigadier general; astronaut, as a member of Apollo 16 he became one of only twelve men who have walked on the moon [a] James "Red" Duke 1951 Renowned surgeon; host of his own medical TV series and Texan icon who founded Houston's Life Flight using a model that was adopted nationally [a] Michael P. Dunne 1962 Award-winning newspaper reporter; author; professor  Aquilla J. Dyess 1925 c. Lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps during World War II who was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life" during the Battle of Kwajalein 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Ronnie Earle 1957 District attorney for Travis County, Texas; known for bringing to light the Jack Abramoff scandals and for filing charges against House majority leader Tom DeLay  John Ehrlichman 1942 Assistant to President Richard Nixon (1969–1973) [a] Donn F. Eisele 1945 Air Force Colonel; Apollo 7 astronaut  Arthur Rose Eldred 1912 First Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts of America (BSA); agricultural official and executive; Navy veteran of World War I; received BSA's Bronze Honor Medal for lifesaving; first of three generations of Eagle Scouts  Mike Enzi 1957 Senator from Wyoming (1997–) [a] John Erickson 1965 c. Founder, CEO, and Executive Chairman of Retirement Living TV and served for 28 years as CEO of Erickson Living, formerly Erickson Retirement Communities.  Daniel J. Evans 1941 Governor of Washington (1965–1977); Senator (1983–1989) [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References David Farabee 1982 c. Representative from Texas.  Philo Farnsworth 1932 Inventor, holder of first patent for an electronic television; Eagle award presented to his wife in 2006 as it had been earned but not presented  Jim Feldkamp 1980 Politician; Navy aviator; Gulf War veteran; FBI agent  Robert Edward Femoyer 1937 Army Air Forces navigator during World War II who was awarded the Medal of Honor  Lawrence Ferlinghetti 1935 c. Poet best known as the co-owner of the City Lights Bookstore and publishing house, which published early literary works of the Beat Generation  Alva R. Fitch 1923 Army Lieutenant General; survivor of the Bataan Death March; Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (1961–1964)  Mike Fitzpatrick 1979 c. US Congressman from Bucks County, Pennsylvania (2005–2007, 2010-2012); Silver Beaver Award recipient  Charles Fleming 1971 Author, reporter and teacher  Eugene B. Fluckey 1948 Navy submarine commander during World War II who received the Medal of Honor  Tom Foley 1945 c. Representative from Washington (1965–1995); Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (1989–1995); United States Ambassador to Japan (1998–2001)  Gerald Ford 1927 Representative from Michigan (1949–1973); 40th Vice President of the United States (1973–1974); 38th President of the United States (1974–1977) [a] David Foreman 1963 c. Co-founder of environmental activist group Earth First!  Patrick G. Forrester 1971 Astronaut who flew on STS-105  Steve Fossett 1957 Aviator and adventurer known for his five world record non-stop circumnavigations of the Earth: as a long-distance solo balloonist, as a sailor, and as a solo airplane pilot; president of the National Eagle Scout Association; Silver Buffalo Award recipient [a] Michael E. Fossum 1975 Colonel in the Air Force Reserve; astronaut who flew on STS-121 as a mission specialist [a] Murphy J. Foster, Jr. 1946 Politician; Governor of Louisiana (1996–2004) [a] Louis Freeh 1963 Attorney; 10th Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1993–2001) [a] Daniel Frisa 1969 Journalist; Representative from New York (1995–1997)  C. Gordon Fullerton 1952 Research pilot; Air Force Colonel; astronaut who flew STS-3 and STS-51-F 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Chan Gailey 1968 c. Head coach of the Dallas Cowboys (1998–1999); head coach of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team (2008); head coach of the Buffalo Bills (2010-)  John Garamendi 1960 Deputy United States Secretary of the Interior (1995–1998); California Insurance Commissioner (2003–2007); 46th Lieutenant Governor of California (2007–) [a] Don Garlits 1946 Considered to be the "Father of Drag Racing", created first successful rear-engined Top Fuel dragster.  Robert Gates 1958 CIA director (1991–1993); President of Texas A&M University (2002–2007); President of the National Eagle Scout Association; Secretary of Defense (2006–2011) [a] William H. Gates, Sr. 1941 Lawyer and CEO of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; father of Bill Gates [a] Gordon Gee 1960 President of several universities and law professor [a] Dick Gephardt 1955 Majority leader of the United States House of Representatives (1989–1995); Representative from Missouri (1977–2005); 2004 presidential candidate [a] Gil Gerard 1959 c. Actor best known for his portrayal of Buck Rogers in the 1979–1981 television series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century  Pat Gillick 1951 Retired professional baseball executive; general manager of four Major League Baseball teams with three World Series championships; inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011.  Louie Gohmert 1969 Representative from Texas (2005–)  Stephen Goldsmith 1959 Author, politician, professor, and educator; mayor of Indianapolis (1992–2000) [a] Matt Gonzalez 1981 c. Politician, attorney, and editorial writer; member and president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors from the Green Party (2001–2005)  Ronald M. Gould 1962 Professor at the University of Washington; judge on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1999–) [a] Sam Graves 1981 c. United States Representative from Missouri (2001-present)  Ernest Green 1956 Civil rights activist; one of the Little Rock Nine [a] William G. Gregory 1974 c. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel; astronaut who served on shuttle mission STS-67  S. David Griggs 1953 Navy Reserve Rear Admiral; astronaut who served on shuttle mission STS-51-D  John H. Groberg 1948 Emeritus member of the Seventy for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [a] Jeremy Guthrie 1994 c. Major League Baseball pitcher, Baltimore Orioles 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Bradley Haddock 1973 Vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Koch Chemical Technology Group, LLC [a] David Hahn 1994 "Radioactive Boy Scout" who attempted to build a nuclear reactor at age seventeen  H. R. Haldeman 1942 c. White House Chief of Staff (1969–1973)  Dan Halloran 1989 Politician, member of the New York City Council  William Hanna 1924 Animator, director, producer, cartoon artist, and co-founder of Hanna-Barbera [a] John M. Harbert 1937 Businessman who founded Harbert Management Corporation [a] Alfred Harvey 1929 c. Founder of Harvey Comics  John Briggs Hayes 1940 Commandant of the United States Coast Guard (1978–1982) [a] J. D. Hayworth 1973 Representative from Arizona (1995–2007); television and radio journalist  Jon Heder 1994 actor, filmmaker and screenwriter best known for Napoleon Dynamite  Jeb Hensarling 1971 Representative from Texas (2003–)  Richard Herman 1956 Chancellor of the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign (2005–) [a] Robert T. Herres 1946 Chairman of USAA Group (1993–2002); Air Force General who was the first Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, first commander of the United States Space Command, astronaut and flight crew chief of the canceled Manned Orbiting Laboratory; recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award [a] Dudley R. Herschbach 1946 Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science at Harvard University; won the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry [a] William G. Higgs 1967 Energy executive [a] William "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt 1918 Danish Knight-Scout considered to be the father of American Boy Scouting and the Scoutmaster to the World due to his prolific writings and teachings in the areas of troop and patrol structure, training, and the development of the original American adaptation of the Wood Badge program [a] David Hittner 1955 c. United States federal judge, former Army captain  Mark Hofmann 1970 c. Forger and murderer  Jeffrey A. Hoffman 1960 c. Co-director of the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium at MIT's Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics; astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-51-D, STS-35, STS-46, STS-61 and STS-75  George Hooks 1961 Politician Georgia State Senate 1991–) [a] L. Ron Hubbard 1924 Pulp fiction and science fiction writer and founder of Scientology and Dianetics  Donald Keith Hummel 1965 Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Newark  Howard W. Hunter 1935 14th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [a] Jon Huntsman, Jr. 1975 16th Governor of Utah, 9th U.S. Ambassador to China, 11th U.S. Ambassador to Singapore 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References John C. Inglis 1972 Air Force Brigadier General; Deputy Director of the National Security Agency (2006 – ) 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Gregory H. Johnson 1978 c. Astronaut who flew on shuttle mission STS-123  Jay L. Johnson 1960 Navy Admiral and fighter pilot, 26th Chief of Naval Operations (1996–2000) [a] James Vann Johnston, Jr. 1975 c. Roman Catholic Bishop of Springfield-Cape Girardeau  E. Fay Jones 1937 c. Navy pilot during World War II; architect and designer; apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright; University of Arkansas School of Architecture is named in his honor  Thomas David Jones 1969 Astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-59, STS-68 and STS-80  Darwin Judge 1971 Marine who was an embassy security guard and was one of the last two US servicemen killed in the Vietnam War 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Michael Kahn 1951 c. Film editor who won the Academy Award for Saving Private Ryan, Schindler's List and Raiders of the Lost Ark  Ewing Kauffman 1931 Founder of Marion Laboratories and owner of the Kansas City Royals [a] John C. Keegan 1966 Judge, retired military officer, and Arizona politician  William Henry Keeler 1952 Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Baltimore [a] Peter Kinder 1969 Lieutenant governor of Missouri (2005-) [a] Alfred Kinsey 1913 Biologist and professor of entomology and zoology who is known for his research on human sexuality  Harry Knowles 1987 Internet film critic  Gus Kohntopp 1977 Commercial pilot with Southwest Airlines and Colonel in the Idaho Air National Guard who was identified as one of the pilots involved in the 190th Fighter Squadron, Blues and Royals friendly fire incident  Jon Koncak 1977 Professional basketball player for the Atlanta Hawks and the Orlando Magic (1985–1996)  Roy Kramer 1946 Commissioner of the Southeastern Conference from 1990 to 2002 where he created the Bowl Championship Series 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References I. Beverly Lake 1949 Jurist and public official; Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court (1994–2000); Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court (2000–2006) [a] Charles R. Larson 1950 Navy Admiral; submariner; twice Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy (1983–1986) and (1994–1998); commanded United States Pacific Command; member of the board of Northrop Grumman [a] Greg Lashutka 1958 Lawyer; mayor of Columbus, Ohio (1991–1999); AFL player for the Buffalo Bills (1966) [a] Mark C. Lee 1968 c. Air Force Colonel and astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-30, STS-47, STS-64, and STS-82  Mike Lee 1989 Attorney and United States Senator from Utah (2011-present).  David Leebron 1973 c. Lawyer; academic, 7th president of Rice University  Sheldon Leonard 1923 c. Pioneering film and television producer, director, writer, and actor  Howard Lincoln 1955 CEO of Seattle Mariners baseball team; chairman of Nintendo of America; in 1956 he posed as one of the Boy Scouts for The Scoutmaster painting by Norman Rockwell [a] Don L. Lind 1945 Astronaut who flew Spacelab mission STS-51-B  Steven W. Lindsey 1968 c. Air Force Colonel; astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-87, STS-95, and STS-104  Gary Locke 1964 36th United States Secretary of Commerce; lawyer; 21st Governor of Washington (1997–2005) [a] Andrew Looney 1981 Award-winning game designer, writer, cartoonist, photographer, computer programmer and activist  James Lovell 1943 Astronaut who flew on missions Gemini 7, Gemini 12, Apollo 8, and Apollo 13, former president of National Eagle Scout Association [a] James Loy 1959 Commandant of the Coast Guard (1998–2002); Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) (2003–2005); first administrator of the Transportation Security Administration [a] Richard Lugar 1946 Senator from Indiana (1977–) [a] Deuce Lutui 1999 Offensive lineman for the Arizona Cardinals (2006–)  David Lynch 1962 c. Award winning filmmaker and actor 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Tom Mack 1960 Offensive left guard for Los Angeles Rams and member of Pro Football Hall of Fame [a] Mark Madsen 1992 c. NBA basketball player with Minnesota Timberwolves; coach of youth basketball camp  Ray Malavasi 1944 Head coach of NFL's Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams [a] Ernest Mario 1954 Ph.D.; pharmaceutical industry executive; trustee of Duke University (1989–2007); recipient of the Remington Honor Medal in 2007 [a] J. W. Marriott, Jr. 1947 Chairman and CEO of Marriott International [a] Robert J. Mazzuca 1964 Professional Scouter and Chief Scout Executive (2007–)  William Cameron McCool 1977 c. Pilot of the Columbia shuttle mission STS-107  Michael J. McCulley 1959 c. Chief executive officer of United Space Alliance; astronaut who flew on shuttle mission STS-104  Charles T. McDowell 1937 c. Army Colonel; combat paratrooper in World War II; Soviet Union scholar and professor of Russian language  Charles McGee 1940 Tuskegee Airmen and a career officer in the United States Air Force for 30 years; holds an Air Force record of 409 fighter combat missions flown in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam  Albert H. McGeehan 1960 c. Mayor of Holland, Michigan (1993–)  Rob McKenna 1979 Washington state attorney general (2005–) [a] Bill McKown 1969 Navy Captain, pilot, airport manager [a] Glen McLaughlin 1949 Venture philanthropist, founder of the McLaughlin Prize for Research in Ethics in Accounting and Taxation, head of the order of the Knights of St. John  Sid McMath 1928 c. Decorated Marine combat veteran of World War II, retired as Major General; renowned attorney and progressive reform Governor of Arkansas (1949–1953)  Robert McNamara 1932 c. Business executive; United States Secretary of Defense (1961–1968); President of the World Bank (1968–1981)  Michael R. McNulty 1963 c. Representative from New York (1989–2009)  Roy W. Menninger 1941 Physician and former leader of the Menninger Foundation, older brother of Walter [a] W. Walter Menninger 1951 Physician and former leader of the Menninger Foundation, younger brother of Roy [a] Jeff Merkley 1972 c. United States Senator from Oregon (2009-present)  Charles D. Metcalf 1949 Major General, United States Air Force; Director, National Museum of the United States Air Force (1996–) [a] George Meyer 1973 c. Writer and producer of The Simpsons  Richards Miller 1960 Dentist; one of the founders of Venturing; one of the authors of Wood Badge in the 21st Century and the 2003 Field Book [a] Tony Miller 1964 c. Lawyer; Secretary of State of California (1994–1995)  Scott Mitchell 1984 c. NFL quarterback (1990–2001)  Lloyd Monserratt 1984 Political and community leader in California  Dave Moody 1978 Grammy nominated, Dove Award winning artist, producer, songwriter and filmmaker  Michael Moore 1970 c. Academy Award-winning (2002) film director, author, social commentator, and comedian  Jim E. Mora 1950 Sport radio commentator and analyst. Former head coach of the Baltimore Stars, New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts [a] Bill Morrison 1975 c. Cartoon illustrator; art director of Bongo Comics; creator of the mural A Century of Values celebrating the BSA's centennial  John "Jack" Murtha 1948 c. Representative from Pennsylvania (1973–2010); Korean War-era Drill instructor and later Colonel of the Marine Corps; decorated war veteran of the Vietnam War  Charles P. Murray, Jr. 1934 Recipient of the Medal of Honor for gallantry in World War II, commander of the Old Guard [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Ben Nelson 1956 Governor of Nebraska (1991–1999); Senator from Nebraska (2001–) [a] Ozzie Nelson 1920 Actor and band leader [a] Paul Martin Newby 1971 c. Justice on the North Carolina Supreme Court (2004–)  Henry Nicols 1989 c. International AIDS activist  Jay Nixon 1969 Governor of Missouri  Thomas R. Norris Retired United States Navy SEAL who received the Medal of Honor for actions in Viet Nam; retired FBI agent and member of the Hostage Rescue Team  Sam Nunn 1951 Businessman and politician; Senator from Georgia (1972–1997); co-chairman and CEO of the Nuclear Threat Initiative [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Thomas J. O'Brien 1981 c. Treasurer of Plymouth County, former Massachusetts State Representative, CEO and President of Bay Colony Baseball & Athletics  Brian O'Leary 1956 Astronaut who was the deputy team leader for Mariner 10  Ellison Onizuka 1962 c. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and astronaut who flew on shuttle mission STS-51-C. He died onboard Space Shuttle Challenger  Stephen S. Oswald 1967 Navy Rear Admiral; astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-42, STS-56, and STS-67 [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Mitchell Paige 1936 Marine Corps Colonel who was awarded the Medal of Honor while a Sergeant for actions during the Guadalcanal Campaign [a] Francis J. Parater 1913 c. Catholic seminarian from Virginia nominated for sainthood  Scott E. Parazynski 1976 c. Medical doctor; astronaut who flew missions STS-66, STS-86, STS-95 and STS-100  Henry Paulson 1962 c. CEO of Goldman Sachs (1998–2006); president of The Nature Conservancy, Secretary of the Treasury (2006–2009)  Edward A. Pease 1966 Representative from Indiana (1997–2001); former chairman of the National Order of the Arrow Committee [a] J. H. Binford Peay III 1954 Army General; 14th superintendent of Virginia Military Institute [a] Ross Perot 1943 Businessman, CEO of EDS and Perot Systems; politician who ran for President of the United States in 1992 and 1996 [a] James Richard "Rick" Perry 1964 Governor of Texas (2000–) [a] Donald Pettit 1971 c. Astronaut who participated in missions STS-113, Expedition 6 and Soyuz TMA-1  Fred Phelps 1936 c. Leader of Westboro Baptist Church  J. J. Pickle 1931 Representative from Texas (1963–1995) [a] Samuel Pierce 1936 Lawyer; Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1981–1989) [a] Jon Powers 1994 c. Co-star of Gunner Palace; founder of War Kids Relief; Iraq War veteran; Congressional candidate  Robert G. Pugh 1940 c. Louisiana lawyer and gubernatorial advisor 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Jere Ratcliffe 1955 Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America (1993–2000) [a] Beasley Reece 1967 Sports announcer and former NFL defensive back [a] Kenneth S. Reightler, Jr. 1967 c. Astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-48 and STS-60  Frederick Reines 1934 c. Physicist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1995  L. Scott Rice 1972 U.S. Air Force major general; Commander of Massachusetts Air National Guard  Michael A. Rice 1972 Biologist; Professor of fisheries and aquaculture; Rhode Island House of Representatives (2009-2011)  Robert Coleman Richardson 1950 c. Physicist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1996  Manuel Rivera, Jr. 1975 c. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier II pilot and first casualty of the Gulf War  John Edward Robinson 1956–1957 Serial killer featured in Internet Slave Master  Phil Roe 1960 c. United States Representative from Tennessee (2009-present)  James D. Rogers 1965 CEO of Kampgrounds of America, brother of T. Gary [a] T. Gary Rogers 1956 CEO of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, brother of James [a] Dana Rohrabacher 1963 Special assistant to President Ronald Reagan (1976–1988); Representative from California (1989–) [a] Kevin Rose 1993 c. Founder of Digg and co-host of Diggnation (1989–)  Edward L. Rowan 1955 Psychiatrist, sex therapist, author, Scouting leader [a] Mike Rowe 1979 c. Host of Dirty Jobs and narrator  Warren Rudman 1945 Attorney General of New Hampshire (1970–1976); Senator from New Hampshire (1980–1993) [a] Donald Rumsfeld 1949 Representative from Illinois (1963–1969; White House Chief of Staff (1974–1975); United States Secretary of Defense (1975–1977, 2001–2006); Ambassador to NATO (1973–1974) [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Harrison Salisbury 1924 Journalist who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize (1955); twice received the George Polk Award for Foreign Reporting (1957 and 1966) [a] Benjamin L. Salomon 1930 c. Army dentist during World War II who was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for defense of his medical aid station during the Battle of Saipan  James Sanderson 1943 Navy Vice Admiral; commanding officer of USS Rainier (AE-5) and USS Saratoga (CV-60) [a] Dale V. Sandstrom 1965 Justice on the North Dakota Supreme Court (1992–) [a] Mark Sanford 1965 Representative from South Carolina (1995–2001); Governor of South Carolina (2003–2011)  Terry Sanford 1932 Governor of North Carolina (1961–1965); president of Duke University (1969–1985); Senator from North Carolina (1986–1993) [a] William Knox Schroeder 1966 c. Victim of the Kent State shootings  Rick Scott 1970 c. Governor of Florida (2011-)  Robert Lee Scott, Jr. 1923 Air Force Brigadier General, World War II fighter ace, commander of Flying Tigers, and author of God is My Co-Pilot [a] Walter Scott, Jr. 1946 Civil engineer, Philanthropist, and former CEO of Peter Kiewit Sons' Incorporated [a] Richard A. Searfoss 1972 c. Air Force Colonel and astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-58, STS-76, and STS-90  Elliot See 1943 c. Astronaut who was the backup pilot for Gemini 5 before his death  Cleveland Sellers 2007 Civil rights activist  Jefferson B. Sessions III 1963 Attorney General of Alabama (1995–1997); Senator from Alabama (1997–) [a] Pete Sessions 1970 Representative from Texas (1997–) [a] William S. Sessions 1947 United States District Judge and former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1987–1993) [a] Raymond P. Shafer 1931 Lawyer; Governor of Pennsylvania (1967–1971) [a] Casey Sheehan 1996 Army specialist who was killed in action during the Iraq War; son of activist Cindy Sheehan  Eddy Shell 1953 c. Educator and politician in Louisiana  Randall T. Shepard 1962 Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court [a] Paul Siple 1923 Antarctic explorer and geographer who took part in six Antarctic expeditions, having first gone representing the Boy Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout; later helped develop the principle of wind chill  Ike Skelton 1948 Representative from Missouri (1977–2011) [a] Samuel K. Skinner 1953 Politician and businessman; United States Secretary of Transportation (1989–1991); White House Chief of Staff (1991–1992); CEO of Commonwealth Edison; CEO of US Freightways; on the board of directors of Odetics ITS; on the board of directors of Dade Behring [a] Chuck Smith 1959 President and CEO of AT&T West [a] Chris Smith 1970 c. United States Representative from New Jersey (1981-present)  David Miln Smith 1954 c. Motivational speaker and adventure athlete  Gordon Smith 1968 Lawyer and businessman; Senator from Oregon (1997–2009) [a] Stephan Smith 1985 c. Singer-songwriter, musician, poet and political activist  Lewis Sorley 1950 Army Lieutenant Colonel; writer; military historian  F. Richard Spencer 1968 c. Roman Catholic Bishop; U.S. Army chaplain  Steven Spielberg 1961 Academy Award-winning film director, film producer, and screenwriter [a] Wallace Stegner 1925 c. Historian, novelist, short story writer, and environmentalist; "The Dean of Western Writers"; won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1972 for Angle of Repose  Steve Stivers 1983 U.S. Representative for Ohio's 15th congressional district  Ryan Stout 1997 Stand-up comedian  Bart Stupak 1968 c. Lawyer; Representative from Michigan (1993–2011)  Ray Suarez 1975 News correspondent and author [a] Percy Sutton 1936 Civil rights activist; pilot with Tuskegee Airmen; lawyer; entrepreneur who co-founded the Inner City Broadcasting Corporation and revitalized the Apollo Theater [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Joseph R. Tanner 1966 c. Astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-66, STS-82, STS-97, add STS-115  J. L. Tarr 1935 Professional Scouter for 43 years who served as the seventh Chief Scout Executive of the BSA [a] John Tesh 1968 c. New Age and contemporary Christian musician and nationally syndicated radio host [a] Cy Thao 1988 c. Laotioan-born Hmong state representative (DFL) in Minnesota  Paul Theroux 1955 Travel writer and novelist  Meldrim Thomson, Jr. 1928 c. Governor of New Hampshire (1973–1979)  Glenn Thompson 1975 c. United States Representative from Pennsylvania (2009-present)  Jackson Thoreau 1972 c. Writer, journalist, and author  Leo K. Thorsness 1948 c. Air Force fighter pilot, Vietnam War prisoner of war, Medal of Honor recipient  Rex Tillerson 1968 c. Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil Corporation  Pat Toomey 1977 c. United States Senator from Pennsylvania (2011-present).  Alvin Townley 1993 Writer, author of Legacy of Honor  Scott Trimble 1993 Location scout and location manager on such Hollywood movies as Transformers, Star Trek, and Iron Man 2  Carlisle Trost 1947 Navy Admiral; submariner; graduated first in his class in 1953 from both the United States Naval Academy and submarine officer school, 23rd Chief of Naval Operations (1996-2000) [a] Richard H. Truly 1952 Navy Vice Admiral; astronaut who flew on shuttle missions STS-2 and STS-8 and first former astronaut to head NASA [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References J. Kim Vandiver 1960 Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor & engineer [a] Paul K. Van Riper 1953 Marine Corps Lieutenant General; Vietnam War veteran; commander 2nd Marine Division; commander Marine Corps Combat Development Command  Victor Veysey 1929 Assistant secretary for Civil Works for the Army; secretary for industrial relations for California; a Representative from California (1971–1975); member of the California state assembly; professor at Caltech and Stanford University [a] Richard Vinroot 1955 Attorney and politician from Charlotte, North Carolina; former mayor of Charlotte [a] Shane Victorino 1996 c. Major League Baseball player, current member of 2008 World Series and 2009 National League Championship Series-winning Philadelphia Phillies. 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References John D. Waihee III 1960 First Native Hawaiian governor of Hawaii (1986–1994) [a] Greg Walden 1975 c. United States Representative from Oregon (1999-present)  David M. Walker 1960 c. Astronaut who flew missions STS-51-A, STS-30, STS-53 and STS-69  Scott Walker Governor of Wisconsin (2011–)  Sam Walton 1934 Founder of Wal-Mart and Sam's Club, the largest single employer in the world [a] Ehren Watada 1994 c. Army first lieutenant; first commissioned officer in the U.S. armed forces to publicly refuse deployment to Iraq, saying that he believed the Iraq War to be illegal  David Weekley 1969 Founder and Chairman of David Weekley Homes, the largest privately-held homebuilder in America [a] Larry D. Welch 1948 Air Force General; president of the Institute for Defense Analyses; fighter pilot; Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force (1986-1990) [a] Togo D. West, Jr. 1957 Attorney and public official, president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies; Secretary of the Army (1993–1997); United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs (1998–2000) [a] William Westmoreland 1930 Army General; who commanded US military operations in the Vietnam War at its peak and who served as Chief of Staff of the United States Army (1968–1972) [a] Ken Whisenhunt 1976 c. Head coach of the Arizona Cardinals NFL football team, Super Bowl XL and Super Bowl XLIII  John C. Whitehead 1937 Chairman of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, former chairman of Lower Manhattan Development Corporation and Goldman Sachs, veteran of WWII [a] Charles Whitman 1953–54 Spree killer known as the University of Texas tower sniper  Brandon Wilson 1967 Author and explorer  E. O. Wilson 1944 Biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and a prominent intellectual [a] Joe Wilson 1963 c. United States Representative from South Carolina (2001-present)  Walter B. Wriston 1934 Chairman of Citicorp [a] Charles D. Wurster 1967 Coast Guard Vice Admiral; national commodore of the Sea Scouting division of the Boy Scouts of America [a]
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Robert O. Young 1966 Microbiologist; health and diet author  Ronald D. Young 1994 Army Warrant Officer; Prisoner of war (POW) in the 2003 invasion of Iraq; helicopter pilot 
Name Eagle Scout DESA Notability References Jay Zeamer, Jr. 1932 Army Air Forces Lieutenant Colonel; pilot during World War II who was awarded the Medal of Honor  Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. 1937 Navy Admiral; 19th Chief of Naval Operations (1970–1974) [a]
Incorrectly regarded as Eagle Scout
These persons, while notable in themselves, are sometimes incorrectly listed as having earned the award:
- Henry "Hank" Aaron; Retired baseball player and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Athlete (baseball). He is a recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award. He is often thought to be an Eagle Scout because of an advertisement he did for the BSA.
- Walter Cronkite; Anchorman, journalist and commentator.
- Henry Fonda; Actor and Academy Award winner who was a Scout and Scoutmaster. Incorrectly noted as an Eagle Scout by his daughter.
- Harrison Ford; A Life Scout and actor who played Indiana Jones, a fictional Life Scout in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. This part was played by River Phoenix in the film, as a younger Indiana Jones.
- Bill Gates; Life Scout and co-founder of Microsoft. He is sometimes confused with his father, William H. Gates, Sr. who is a Distinguished Eagle Scout.
- Jimmy Stewart; Second Class Scout, actor, brigadier general, recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He is often thought to be an Eagle Scout because of an advertisement he did for the BSA.
- Notable Gold Award recipients (the Gold Award is the highest achievement within the Girl Scouts of the USA)
- Fictional Eagle Scouts
- List of Scouts
- List of Alpha Phi Omega members
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