Welcome to Troop 12

Troop 12 Sept 2017  

Troop 12 is a Boy-Led unit with an emphasis on the Patrol Method. The troop goal is to have at least one outdoor activity each month. Many of the outings consist of overnight campouts in amazing locations around Europe.  Our troop performs several service projects throughout the year.   We also typically hold annual fundraisers so the Scouts can earn money towards paying their summer camp fees.  If you would like additional information concering Troop 12 please contact the Scoutmaster at scoutmaster@ramstein12.mytroop.us.  Troop 12 is currently sponsored by the KMC Firefighters Association.

To start your outdoor adventure with Troop 12,  youth should complete the attached BSA Youth Application, Activity Consent Form, and Health Form (parts A, B and C).   Adults need to complete the attached BSA Adult Application and BSA Youth Protection training. All applications can be emailed to membership@ramstein12.mytroop.us

Weekly Announcements

Posted on Jan 16 2018 - 11:41am

Intercamp is almost full for our Troop, we only have 2 open slots for SCOUTS ONLY. Only adults that will be registered with the Troop at Intercamp will be the four signed up that are part of the Scoutmaster Staff. Other adults wishing to VISIT the Troop at Intercamp need to secure their own lodging off site.

Troop Contacts

Posted on Nov 28 2017 - 11:11am


Jay Junkins  scoutmaster@ramstein12.mytroop.us.

2018 Summer Camp

Posted on Oct 26 2017 - 2:25pm

Scouts/Parents it is time to start planning for summer camp!  

Scout Religious Awards

Posted on Jan 9 2014 - 8:10pm

The Boy Scouts of America has approved several religious emblem programs to encourge scouts to grow stronger in their faith.  A complete list of all the current religious emblem programs are included in the attachment.   If you are interested in working on one of these religious awards please contact the advancement chair person to identify a counselor. 

Scout and Adult Training

Posted on Jan 9 2014 - 8:09pm


Scouts: Scout leaders in units are considered trained once they have completed the Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) course. This course is recommended for newly elected patrol leaders, assistant senior patrol leaders, and senior patrol leaders. In addition, the Transatlantic Boy Scout Council once a year offers the National Youth Leadership Training course.  Adults: Adult leaders in units are considered trained once they have completed Youth Protection Training and leader-specific training. A complete list of adult courses can be found on the BSA website