National Boy Scout staff is documenting almost every moment and memory made at this week's jamboree, but our own WSLS camp correspondent Keagan Henegar is giving us an inside look at all the fun.
Just like reporters live on the scene Keagan has filed his first story.
He shows us what's happening between activities.
"As you can see there's a lot of walking between each activity. There's a ton of road and open country and it's just really beautiful out this time of year. Especially with this hot sun blaring down in West Virginia it's very important to stay hydrated. As you can see these scouts are resting," Keagan said in his report.
Keagan even interviewed Tico Perez the National Commissioner of the Boy Scouts.
Bedford County Sheriffs Department had the SWAT unit out issuing search warrants today and will have more information tomorrow.