4. Do the following:(a) Make a duty roster showing how your patrol is organized for an actualovernight campout. List assignments for each member.(b) Help a Scout patrol or a Webelos Scout unit in your area prepare foran actual campout, including creating the duty roster, menu planning,equipment needs, general planning, and setting up camp.
7. Prepare for an overnight campout with your patrol by doing the following:(a) Make a checklist of personal and patrol gear that will be needed.(b) Pack your own gear and your share of the patrol equipment and foodfor proper carrying. Show that your pack is right for quickly getting what isneeded first, and that it has been assembled properly for comfort, weight,balance, size, and neatness.
8. Do the following:(d) While camping in the outdoors, cook at least one breakfast, one lunch,and one dinner for your patrol from the meals you have planned for requirement 8c. At least one of those meals must be a trail meal requiring the use ofa lightweight stove.
9. Show experience in camping by doing the following:(a) Camp a total of at least 20 nights at designated Scouting activities orevents. One long-term camping experience of up to six consecutive nights maybe applied toward this requirement. Sleep each night under the sky or in atent you have pitched. If the camp provides a tent that has already beenpitched, you need not pitch your own tent.(b)On any of these camping experiences, you must do TWO of the following,only with proper preparation and under qualified supervision.(1) Hike up a mountain, gaining at least 1,000 vertical feet.(2) Backpack, snowshoe, or cross-country ski for at least 4 miles.(3) Take a bike trip of at least 15 miles or at least four hours.(4) Take a nonmotorized trip on the water of at least four hours or 5 miles.(5) Plan and carry out an overnight snow camping experience.(6) Rappel down a rappel route of 30 feet or more.(c) Perform a conservation project approved by the landowner or landmanaging agency. This can be done alone or with others.