Drill Manuals

Success in Regulation Drill relies on your ability to read, interpret, internalize, and execute in exacting accordance with the service manual of your choosing. Here are the three most common manuals utilized in competitive Regulation Drill!


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    Army Units

    Army-affiliated units should execute Regulation and Color Guard drill in accordance with Army TC 3-21.5. Army Training Circular 3-21.5 »

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    Marine Corps & Navy Units

    Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard-affiliated units should execute Regulation and Color Guard drill in accordance with MCO P5060.20 with Change 1 with the exception of Uncasing and Casing of the colors in competition. Marine Corps Order P5060.20 »

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    Air Force Units

    “Air Force-affiliated units should execute Regulation drill in accordance with AFMAN 3-21.5. Rifle manual should be conducted in accordance with either Army TC 3-21.5 or MCO P5060.20 depending upon the variety of rifle utilized. Competitive Color Guard drill should be conducted in accordance with Army TC 3-21.5 for maximum clarity. Air Force Manual 36-2203 »

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    Regulation Drill DVD: A Visual Manual for All Branches

    For units looking for a visual explanation of each common drill movement, Drill-Team Dynamics Inc., in conjunction with Glendale Parade Store, has produced the perfect resource for you! Regulation Drill DVD: A Visual Manual for All Branches »


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