About the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps

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The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps is the only unit of its kind in the armed forces, and is part of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard). The Fife and Drum Corps is stationed at Fort Myer, VA.

 The musicians of this unit recall the days of the American Revolution as they perform in uniforms patterned after those worn by the musicians of General George Washington's Continental Army. Military musicians of the period wore the reverse colors of the regiments to which they were assigned. The uniforms worn by the members of the Corps are dated circa 1784, and consist of black tricorn hats, white wigs, waistcoats, colonial coveralls, and distinct red regimental coats.

 For more information about the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps visit their website at http://www.fifeanddrum.army.mil/

 CW2 Joseph M. Newby
Corps Commander
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SGM William E. White, Jr
Corps Sergeant Major
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Contact Information

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To contact the individuals below please call the company CQ desk at 703-696-8521.                DSN Prefix is 426-XXXX


April 1
Twilight Tattoo Begins
April 25
Virginia International Tattoo
April 26 - 29
TOG Memorial Dedication
May 1
Flags In
May 24
Memorial Day
May 28
Flag Day
June 14