Drill Team Commander: C/LTC Josue Godoy
Nationals Drill Competition- Unarmed Regulation
Drill Team is a marching unit that performs routines based on military drill. Military drill teams perform either armed or unarmed.
All of the United States military service branches have an official drill team part of their respective service Honor Guard. The service academies have drill teams, as well as many college and university ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) and high school JROTC (Junior ROTC) units. Additionally, many community-based organizations such as the Army Cadet Corps, Naval Sea Cadets, Young Marines and Civil Air Patrol maintain military drill teams.
A JROTC drill team is a marching unit that performs routines based on military drill. These teams often perfect their proficiency and then choose to compete against other programs. These competitions are generally called “Drill Meets”, and are held all across the world.
PCHS Drill Team Requirement:
You must know basic drill.
You must be passing 5 classes at all times
You will need to attend Drill training (Drill team trains several times a week).
5-7 September: Drill Tryouts
14 October: Cahokia, Illinois
18 November: Joplin, Missouri
9 December: Ozark, Missouri
20 January: Waynesville, Missouri
25 February: Leavenworth, Kansas
15 March: Waukegan, Illinois