Another term for the color guard. This term is often used in marching band to describe the visual ensemble.
Working without equipment.
Part of the sabre that, if it were a real sword, would be sharp.
Right-handed tosses on sabre that are thrown and caught from the blade.
Screw-like weight some guards use to weight flags.
Larger end of a rifle.
(shaw-say) dance move: right-left-right or left-right-left.
Rubber stopper on each end of a flag.
2 steps for each beat.
Formations and where a performer moves to on the floor
The most basic spin where one grabs thumbs up thumbs down, and always under the other hand.
Most basic piece of equipment used in color guard.
When the whole guard is on flag; a key point of the show.
The handle of a sabre