Blind triplets have earned the highest ranking in the Boy Scouts of America, NBC News reports.
Leo, Nick and Steven Cantos mastered whitewater rafting, ziplining, archery, knot-tying, first-aid skills and more — without being able to see.
Blind from birth, the three boys earned every badge required to become Eagle Scouts, and they weren't allowed any shortcuts, earning the ranking under the same conditions as their peers.
"The badges we earned helped us become better people,” Leo Cantos said.
But what gave them the most satisfaction was their community service project, which allowed them to help those less fortunate., conducting a blood drive and collecting school supplies for children in need.
More than a hundred family members, friends and fellow Scouts, as well as U.S. Sec. of Labor R. Alexander Acosta, watched them receive the honor at a ceremony in Virginia last week.
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