Drill commands

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US Navy recruits marching in a drill hall

Drill commands are generally used with a group that is marching, most often in military foot drill or marching band.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Bailey, Wayne; Caneva, Thomas (30 June 2003). "The Complete Marching Band Resource Manual: Techniques and Materials for Teaching, Drill Design, and Music Arranging". University of Pennsylvania Press – via Google Books. 
  2. ^ Burke, Carol (20 July 2018). "Camp All-American, Hanoi Jane, and the High-and-tight: Gender, Folklore, and Changing Military Culture". Beacon Press – via Google Books. 
  3. ^ Manning, Roger B. (26 July 2007). "Styles of Command in Seventeenth-Century English Armies". The Journal of Military History. 71 (3): 671–699. doi:10.1353/jmh.2007.0219 – via Project MUSE. 

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