Description: In this video we'll take a look at the Marine Corps' Silent Drill Team giving a heart-stopping performance in Ainse-Marne American Cemetery, France.
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This video shows the platoon's 2007 performance at a Denver Nuggets game.
This is the USMC Silent Drill Platoon when they visited the US Marine Air Station in Beaufort, SC. I happened to be there with my camera. The exhibition was scheduled to be held on the parade field. However, it was moved inside a jet fighter hanger due to rain. Shot with one camera (GY-HD100) in a fixed location. The only editing was to add a title page and take out a few camera movements. Hope you enjoy.
A show in September '06 in Albany, GA.
Officially named The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon, this unit consists of twenty-four Marines performing a 10-minute precision drill exhibition. They first performed at Marine Barracks, Washington, DC in 1948 as a single performance, but received such a tremendous ovation that it soon became a regular part or routine parades. This video presented by Good-To-Go Video (www.goodtogovideo.com)
The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon is a 24-man rifle platoon of the United States Marine Corps. Often referred to as The Marching Twenty-Four, the unit performs unique silent precision exhibition drill. The purpose of the platoon is to exemplify the discipline and professionalism of the Marine Corps. The Marines execute a series of calculated drill movements and precise handling of their hand-polished 10.5 pounds (4.8 kg) M1 Garand rifles with fixed bayonets. The routine concludes with a unique rifle inspection involving elaborate rifle spins and tosses. All drill movements are done with superfluous spins of the rifle, making the Silent Drill Platoon's drill unique from other Marine units' drill movements. Marines are selected from students at the two Schools of Infantry, located at Camp Pendleton, California, and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, from interviews conducted by barracks personnel. Once selected, Marines are assigned to Marine Barracks, Washington, DC, to serve a two-year ceremonial tour. Beyond their ceremonial duties, the Marines collaterally train in the field as infantrymen. Throughout the year, these Marines hone their infantry skills at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command in Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia and other bases. The Marines selected must be male and must be between 5'11" and 6'1" tall and be in the median of their weight requirements for their height. Uniformity is a key asset. Experienced members of the Silent ...
The Silent Drill Platoon performs during each Sunset Parade in Washington, DC in front of the Marine Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial). This parade took place on August 11th, 2009, and was the final parade of the 2009 Season. This portion of the parade is only the Silent Drill Platoon as viewed from the VIP Seats, center aisle, a few rows back. I was standing along the side of the VIP area, and prior to the parade starting, a Gunnery Sergeant walked over and asked a bunch of us former Marines if we'd like to sit in the VIP area... of course we accepted and I was lucky enough to get great seats to watch the parade. This is the first part of the two part performance. I had to split it because of the limits YouTube puts on video length. This part is when the platoon does a choreographed march in front of the memorial without any commands being spoken. The second part includes the platoon commander's inspection.
The Silent Drill Platoon perform for thousands of people throughout the country and abroad. This performance was taped at the US ambassador's house in Paris, France on Memorial day 5-28-07. The SDP Rifle Inspector performing is Sergeant James Sinovich.
Officially named The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon, this unit consists of twenty-four Marines performing a 10-minute precision drill exhibition. They first performed at Marine Barracks, Washington, DC in 1948 as a single performance, but received such a tremendous ovation that it soon became a regular part or routine parades. Good-To-Go Video Producer: Ron Tucker
The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon represents the epitome of Marine Corps discipline, dedication, and skill. Do you have what it takes to become one of The Few and The Proud? Visit 1.usa.gov to contact a Marine Corps recruiter.
The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon perform at Arlington Park as part of Marine Week Chicago festivities. Check out some of the photos from this week at: www.flickr.com
Fort Henry Guard & USMC, August 15th 2009. A portion of the Silent Drill Team. Someone's getting fired at 2:30! ------------ March 12th, 2011. FailBlog recently posted a section of this video (hence my adding "Military Ceremony Fail" to my original title) and credited another YouTube user for the footage. I have filed copyright infringement claims against FailBlog and others who have taken this clip. I feel badly for those who lose out when big sites like Failblog steal. ------------- Edit: March 13th 2011. The Copyright Infringement forms I filed were approved by YouTube. All of the copied & stolen videos I was able to find have been removed. Thank you for your support and thank you to YouTube for acting on this! It's nice to know something can be done. Please let me know if you find more!
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