- Over 31,700 Youth attended, making up the 883 jamboree troops present.
- Scouts from 26 Nations attended.
- More than 7,000 adults volunteered to provide support and program services.
- Each jamboree troop is made up of 36 youth, consisting of 4 patrols of 8 scouts, and 4 youth leaders (senior patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, quartermaster and scribe) selected from various units in their local council.
- For the 10 day event Caroline County went from the 50th most populated county in Virginia to the 14th.
- William I. Koch Troops 0100-0199
- Dr. S. Allen Counter Troops 0200-0299
- Steven W. Squyres Troops 0300-0399
- José I. Castro Troops 0400-0499
- Michael Manyak Troops 0500-0599
- Steve Fossett Troops 0600-0699
- Ken Kamler Troops 0700-0799
- James A. Lovell Troops 0800-0899
- Jim Whittaker Troops 0900-0999
- Jim Fowler Troops 1000-1099
- Scott Carpenter Troops 1100-1199
- James Dewey Watson Troops 1200-1299
- Don Walsh Troops 1300-1399
- Richard C. Wiese Troops 1400-1499
- Robert Ballard Troops 1500-1599
- Richard Wiese Sr Troops 1600-1699
- Donald C. Johanson Troops 1700-1799
- William Forgey Troops 1800-1899
- Joseph Kittinger Jr. Troops 1900-1999
- Will Steger Troops 2000-2099
Yours in Scouting Service