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Salalah, July 25(ONA) --- The activities of the 6-day summer rover scouts camp were concluded in the Wilayat of Taqa in the Governorate of Dhofar today.
The findings could help the newest Mars rover scout for evidence of life beneath the surface and within rocks.
Present at the ceremony was Col J S Wilson of the Boy Scout International Bureau, Mr H L Mitchell, assistant County Commissioner for Rover Scouts, and Mr J C Scott, County Commissioner for Scouts.
The Rover Scout in charge did everything possible to prevent an accident and, with two exceptions, the party of about 10 reached safety.
The movement grew to encompass three major age groups for boys - Cub Scout, Boy Scout Rover Scout.
A keen sportsman and cyclist, he was also a Rover scout until he joined the RAF Volunteer Reserve in November 1939 just in time for the outbreak of war.
Sponsored by the Federazione Italiana Scoutismo, the report was based on more than 2,500 interviews at a jamboree near Florence in 2006 with Rover Scouts and Ranger Guides, aged 16 to 21.
From wolf cubs to cub scouts, rover scouts to venture scouts, wide-brimmed hats and shorts to green shorts and mushroom flares, the first female leader to a co-education movement, scouting has undergone some pretty dramatic changes in that time, each one making it more relevant and dynamic.