2016-17 Drill Teams
Regional Drill Competition - March 3-4, 2017 Coffee County
$123.00 cost per cadet
Drill Team snack donations needed:
A-G Protein/Cliff Bars
H-M Peanut Butter Crackers
N-S Cheese Crackers
3/3 Leave LHS approximately 10am
1 hour stop in Macon for lunch and to visit the grave site of Rodney Maxwell Davis (a decorated Vietnam Veteran)
Arrive at hotel approximately 3pm
6pm Dinner - Old Time Buffet
10pm Lights out
3/4 Reveille at 530am
Breakfast at the hotel at 600am
Load bus at 645am
700am departure for the Drill competition to Coffee County Middle School
530pm Depart Coffee County for LHS
600pm Dinner (location TBD)
730pm Depart from Dinner
1130pm Approximate arrival at LHS
Our schedule for the competition:
Personnel Inspection - 9:15am
Unarmed Exhibition - 10:15am
Armed Basic - 10:30am
Armed Exhibition - 10:45am
Color Guard - 11:00am
Unarmed Basic - 11:15am
Academic - 12:00pm
Push-ups/Sit-ups - 1:35pm
16x100 - 3:15pm
8x220 - 4:00pm
1815 S. Peterson Ave.
More Information to follow.
Please remember any medication that your Cadet will need to take needs to be in its original container. All medication with be logged when given and the amount dispensed. For questions, please email, Joanne Prince at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or reach out to Capt. Minta or 1st Sgt. Cox.
Unarmed Exhibition Drill Team
Team Commander: Emily Hamilton
Armed Exhibition Drill Team
Team Commander: Brady Whitehead
Unarmed Basic Drill Team
Team Commander: Paul Morello
Monday through Thursday 3:45pm - 5:00p.m.
Oct 8 Stockbridge, GA
Nov 19 Jacksonville, FL
Unarmed Drill Team Summary
Ribbon REQs: Active, participate in 3 events
The Unarmed Drill Team is one of our very competitive teams. Similar to the armed drill teams, Unarmed Drill includes two different teams, Unarmed Basic Drill and Unarmed Exhibition Drill. Each team competes at drill meets throughout the school year in order to qualify for the Area 12 Regional Drill Meet where they compete against the best teams in our NJROTC region.
Performed without the Springfield Drilling Rifle, the Unarmed Drill Team has found other ways to display their talent. Using synchronized marching, head-turning beats, complicated hand movements, perfected marching, and of course, perfect military bearing, they show off their talent to others. It looks easy, but it takes a while to master the moves and execute them sharply. This is a great way to get involved in the unit.
The Unarmed Basic drill team focuses on formation in-place and marching drill while not under arms. Events are similar to Armed Drill team events. Regulation drill covers a drill card memorized by the team commander and regulated by the cadet field manual.
The Unarmed Exhibition drill is judged looking for the same qualities as regulation drill, with extra movements and sequences for show.