FCF

The Frontiersman Camping Fellowship (FCF) is a program of the Royal Rangers, and serves as their service/honor organisation. It endeavors to develop in each member the same courageous and undaunted spirit of the early frontiersman.

  • FCF was founded in 1966 as a honour society for RR leaders and older Rangers who have distinguished themselves in advancement training and camping
  • The FCF draws from the rich American history of Frontiersman and outdoors skills
  • Malaysia mirrors this with our own rich heritage

A voice of one calling: “In the wilderness prepare the way for the Lord; make straight in the desert a highway for our God” – Isaiah 40:3

Purpose

  • To be an honour group of the ministry dedicated to missions to the interiors that require outdoor skills.
  • The mastering and teaching of local frontiersman outdoor skills
  • An auxiliary arm of the Royal Rangers ministry focused on service.
  • To offer alternative pageantry at Royal Rangers events

 

Key Objectives for 2018

Contextualising the FCF program for Malaysia

  • Aligning the advancement requirements necessary for induction into FCF
  • Making sure that every Malaysian Royal Ranger has access to this information and support
  • Aligning the advancement requirements for within the FCF

Membership drives

  • Appointment of National FCF Officers
  • Outposts visits
  • Emphasis on mentoring through the FCF
  • Buckskin and Wilderness Advancement

Mission focus

  • Emphasis on Trappers Brigade activities with existing members

 

Activities to Lookout For

  • FCF Trace – an overnight or day activity for existing FCF members
  • Frontiers Adventure – Induction and testing for new FCF members
  • Buckskin Challenge and Ceremony

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