The Vigil Honor is the highest honor that may be bestowed on a member of the Order of the Arrow. It is given, not earned. Each lodge may petition the National Order of the Arrow to bestow the Vigil on a group of its members. To be eligible, an Arrowman must be registered in good standing with a unit or the council, be a current dues-paid member of the lodge, and be a Brotherhood member for a minimum of two years.
Recipients of the Vigil Honor are selected based on their dedication and continued service to the lodge, the Order of the Arrow, the Scouting community, and/or a scout camp. When inducted into the Vigil Honor, each recipient is bestowed an American Indian name which translates to describe their character, personality, or hobbies.
Recent Vigil Honor inductees of Ini-To Lodge can be accessed below, sorted by year of induction, along with their American Indian name and English translation.
Only inductees since 2010 are available online. The lodge has a paper record of earlier inductions.