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As Drill and Ceremonies Officer I would like to thank and
recognize all of the Honor Guard Members of Fall 2006

Honor Guard Commander: Michael Laasch

Members: (having participated in at least 2 events)
Andrea Crawford, Josh Tobbit, Ruth Collert, Julia Roberts, Eric Hulshizer
Alan Reed, Stephanie Duffy, Michael Cain, Josh McVay

Enhanced Drill Attendance by flight:

Alpha - 14 Bravo - 16 Charlie - 15 Delta - 17

Drill and Ceremonies Commander: C/Capt Eric Johnson
Honor Guard Commander: C/3C Michael Laasch

NO ENHANCED DRILL ON TUESDAYS!!! Due to daylight saving's, enhanced drill will only be on Wednesdays from 1530-1630. It will still be held in the parking lot north of Thatcher Hall (the ROTC building) and south of Boone Picken's stadium.

Drill Enhancement:  Wednesday 1530 (3:30pm) at the detachment

Why attend Drill Enhancement?   Drill Enhancement is a great way to better your skills in marching and bearing.  It is not just practice time for the AS-100 cadets either!!!  Drill Enhancement is also a good time for the FTP cadets to refine their skills and practice IDEs for FT.

Honor Guard Practice:  Even if you have little experience marching, feel free to join us. Contact cadet Laasch for more details.

Why do Honor Guards?  Being on Honor Guard is very rewarding and a great way to represent the Detachment, AFROTC, and the Air Force.  The Honor Guard is precise in drill & ceremonies and is a team that takes great pride in what they do.

Contact Cadet Laasch for any questions about Honor Guard at:
michael.laasch@okstate.edu

Contact Cadet Johnson for any questions concerning Drill & Ceremonies at: eric.d.johnson@okstate.edu

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Drill Enhancement End of the Semester Goal:   - To get as many GMC cadets to perform an Individual Drill Evaluation.

Things of Interest: 
 

AFMAN 36-2203 (D&C Manual)

US Code Title 36 Chapter 10 (Flag Etiquette)

www.Drillpad.net

IDE Drill Sequences