In military organizations, the Color Guard (or Colour Guard) refers to a detachment of soldiers assigned to the protection of regimental colors. This duty is so prestigious that the color is generally carried by a young officer (Ensign), while experienced non-commissioned officers (Colour sergeants) are assigned to the protection of the flag. These NCOs, accompanied sometimes by warrant officers (as is the case in several countries), can be ceremonially armed with either sabres or rifles to protect the color. Color guards are generally dismounted, but there are also mounted color guard formations as well.
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... The Color Guard is open to all cadets from 9th to 12th grade.Currently the Color Guard competes in the Armed Color Guard Category and competes each year in different JROTC competitions around the state ... The Color Guard performs at a variety of activities on campus including Posting the Colors at all home sporting events, all promotion ceremonies, and scrub graduations ... The Color Guard is known in the community for Posting the Colors at the Pearson Elementary school in Alexander City for Veterans Day and at the Dadeville Elementary School Veterans Day ...
... Won by Region Region Drill Team Championships Won Color Guard Championships Won Total Northeast Region 16 ... Southeast Region 12 ... Southwest Region 2. 9 ...
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