Friday, April 11, 2008

Dunbar Senior High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps place 10th

From the Post:
The Dunbar Senior High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps drill team placed 10th in unarmed drill at the U.S. Army Cadet Command Drill Championships Eastern Region.

The Crimson Tide drill team competed against 42 schools from 12 East Coast states in Macon, Ga., on March 29. The 17 cadets, 10 of whom are first-year students, were tested in regulation drill formation, uniforms, color guards (flags) and exhibition drill (stepping).

The drill team will compete in Flushing, N.Y., this weekend against some of the best Army JROTC teams in the Northeast. In May, it will battle JROTC units from D.C. public and charter schools at the Washington high school cadet corps drill championships at the D.C. Armory.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

If they are talking about the
dunbar High in fort myers fl i go there

Anonymous said...

dunbar is nothing compared to duval color guard..get wit it...

Anonymous said...

dubar color guard is the best, we do color guard for everybody