March 31, 2020, by Victor Rivera
Captain of USNS Mercy, the hospital ship docked in Los Angeles, is an Eagle Scout. Bryan On Scouting
Another Eagle Scout making a difference.
As featured in today’s Bryan On Scouting…
“Leadership, service and the ability to respond quickly to complex situations. Those traits, which young people sharpen in Scouting, stay with you for life.
For the latest high-profile example, look to the USNS Mercy, the Navy hospital ship stationed in Los Angeles to help the COVID-19 fight.
Capt. John Rotruck, who commands the ship’s 800 Navy medical and support personnel, is an Eagle Scout. He earned Scouting’s highest honor in 1987 as a member of the BSA’s Central Florida Council.”
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