Apologies to our international brethren for the US-centric nature of this thread.
In the course of my scouting adventures, I have had the good fortune to meet several people who have earned the equivalent of Eagle scout in the scouting programs of their native lands. I have known several Canadians, a Scot, an Argentinean, and a Colombian so far as I know.
Does BSA contemplate recognition of these achievements in foreign scouting programs on the adult leader uniform? Our local scout shop is a national store, and they won't sell them the Eagle scout knot. (At least, that's what one of the Canadians told me.)
Are they relegated to, perhaps, wearing their badge as a temporary patch? Is even that permissible in light of the fact that it's from a foreign scouting program?