I have an Eagle Scout belt buckle that I wear every day (except Sundays because I'm new in my ward and don't want to do anything that might result in a Scout calling). I walked into class yesterday and a student asked, "Are you an Eagle Scout, professor?"
I said, "Yes. Or else I killed one and took his belt buckle. Why the dichotomy? Both are true. That's actually how you become an Eagle Scout: the last requirement is to kill an existing Eagle Scout. Ask any Eagle; he'll back me up on this."