On June 16, the Marana Nighthawk 72 Detachment Marine Corps League honored Oro Valley brothers Scott and Rob Standley for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank a Boy Scout can earn. Present at the ceremony were, from left, Marana Marine Corps League Chaplain Fred Stupp, Sen. Frank Antenori, the boys’ father, Bob Standley; Rob Standley, Scott Standley and Marana Marine Corps League Commandant Mike Flynn. The League supports the Boy Scouts of America as they promote traditional family values to America’s youth. The Marine Corps League participates in scouting through assistance with units, districts and councils, in community projects, merit badge programs, and special recognition of Eagle Scouts. J.D. Fitzgerald/ Special to The Explorer

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