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Goodman argued against the motion: "Using the Scout ideals as our great objective", he said, a camp activity that will "further the advancement of those ideals" should not be suppressed.
The motion was narrowly defeated, and the fledgling Order continued as an experimental program throughout the 1920s and 1930s.
To be eligible for induction, a youth must have spent at least 15 days and nights camping within the last two years including one long-term camp consisting of at least five consecutive nights, be under the age of 21, hold the Scouts BSA First Class rank, the Venturing Discovery Award, or the Sea Scout Ordinary rank or higher, be approved by their unit leader and be elected by the youth members of their unit.
Adults age 21 or older may be nominated after meeting the camping requirements and being approved by the lodge adult selection committee.
Those Scouts honored at Treasure Island in 19 would become members of what is now Unami Lodge.
Honorary membership was once bestowed in special circumstances, as with Franklin D. Eisenhower, but this practice was officially discontinued in 1953.
After being elected or nominated, candidates may participate in a call-out ceremony to recognize those Scouts and Scouters that were selected before they attend their Ordeal.
Members wear identifying insignia on their uniforms, most notably the OA pocket flap that represents their individual OA lodge and the OA sash worn at official OA functions.
The OA program sponsors several events, awards, and training functions. Urner Goodman, a newly hired field executive for the Philadelphia Council, was assigned to serve as director of the council's summer camp at Treasure Island Scout Reservation on the Delaware River.