Every month, Boys' Life magazine publishes the true stories of Scouts who used their emergency training to save lives or help other people. Now, you can hear about the rescues from the participants themselves in the Scouts in Action podcasts.
SIA Podcast Episode 10: They Saved the Baby From the River!
Members of Pack 100 and Troop 100 were swimming in Nebraska's Platte River when one of them spotted a baby floating facedown in the water. Listen as they describe how they saved the baby in a true story of Scouts in Action.
SIA Podcast Episode 9: He Saved the Boy From the Riptide!
As Todd Staszak was bodyboarding, he heard cries for help. A man was trying to save his son and his son's friend as a powerful riptide pulled the boys away from shore. Listen as Todd and others describe how he rescued the boys in a true story of Scouts in Action.
SIA Podcast Episode 8: He Saved His Friends From the Oncoming Car!
As Trevor Robinson and four friends were walking across the parking lot of their school, a car traveling almost 30 miles an hour rounded a corner and headed straight for them. Listen as Trevor and others describe how he saved his friends' lives in a true story of Scouts in Action.
SIA Podcast Episode 7: He Saved the Boy From Drowning!
Alex Lambert, Junior Tyree and John Buchanan were swimming. As John began to tire, he panicked and jumped onto Junior's back. Both boys started to go under. Listen as Alex and his mom describe the rescue in a true story of Scouts in Action.
SIA Podcast Episode 6: He Saved the Man From Icy Waters!
Jake Silfies and Matt Mikosky were hiking during a winter camping trip when Matt's dad fell through the ice. Listen as they describe the rescue in a true story of Scouts in Action.
SIA Podcast Episode 5: He Saved His Family From Hurricane Katrina!
Jimmy Kennedy woke his family as Hurricane Katrina struck his home in the early morning hours. The electricity was out, and floodwaters were surging into the house. Listen as Jimmy and his mother describe what he did to save his family in a true story of Scouts in Action.