The eagle patrol has members with a variety of skills, it's a great patrol because not only does each member has a unique and developed set of skills, but because they share their skills and develop those of other members. On Friday June 27th the patrol members organised a meeting at the scout's den and the more experienced members taught those with less experience how to tie different kinds of knots, which is a very important skill that scout members should have. At the end of the day all patrol members learned at least a new knot, as each of them shared the knots they know how to tie. With unity and exchange we are more capable of positive change. The patrol members did exactly that, and they all gained not only the knowledge of tying knots, but also the satisfaction of upgrading the skills of their fellow paratroops and their patrol as a whole.