The Boy Scouts of America just announced a new "Interpreter Strip" for Morse Code. An "Interpreter Strip" on the uniform means that the Scout or adult leader is able to communicate in a particular language. The requirements for the Morse Code strip closely follow the requirements for other languages, such as francais, espanol, and Klingon. (Well, the Klingon one is actually unofficial, but Morse Code is official.) http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2012/05/04/a-blast-from-the-past-in-code/ This will be a good incentive for my Cub Scout to learn the code, since his Cubmaster (me) will be wearing one!