The FCF Riflemen Territory is made up from the FCF distric chapters of the Southeast Royal Ranger Region. Together we make the Riflemen territory.
Purpose of FCF
To give recognition to boys and men who have shown exceptional interest and outstanding achievement in the Royal Rangers ministry and in Royal Rangers campcraft.
To build a brotherhood of top-notch boys and men who will, over the years, continue to be Royal Rangers ministry and camping enthusiasts.
To emphasize the importance of involvement in the advancement program, development of campcraft skills, and completion of the leadership training programs.
To develop a corps of proven Royal Rangers who will strive to be the very best in Christian example and leadership.
To encourage the boys and men of Royal Rangers to always prefer others above themselves and to let their leadership be by example.
To show a spirit of servanthood, willing to give of time and energy above and beyond what is expected of Royal Rangers.
The FCF Pledge
"I share with you the warmth and glow of this campfire. These crimson flames are a symbol of our fellowship and adventures in camping.
"I promise to share with you the warmth of Christian friendship and with others the light of my Christian testimony.
"I promise to keep alive the spirit of FCF in my personal life and to observe at all times the principles of Royal Rangers."
The History of FCF
The Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (originally called the Frontiersmen Camping Fraternity) was founded in the summer of 1966. For some time prior to this, the national commander had felt the need for a special honor society to give recognition to older boys and men who had distinguished themselves in advancement, training and camping.