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Many people know that the Crossmen were formed in 1975 as a merger corps between two long-time southeast Pennsylvania rivals, the Keystone Regiment and the 507th Hornets. They may also know that the n

Phantom Regiment. Everyone else is competing for second place, IMO. Though I also like 27th Lancers for obvious reasons 

And to think that the name originally under consideration was the Rockford Rangers, a tribute to the proliferation of dutch elm trees throughout the city. Certain members, including Jim Wren, did not

 The Media ( Pa ) Fawns

 The Flashing Lassies ( Calif.)

  The Elks Trojans ( N.H. )

   The Thing ( Minn. )

    The Gay Blades ( N.J )

    The Little Wanderers ( R.I )

    The Poughkeepsie Pacers ( N.Y. )

     The Killmen ( N.Y. )

      Satan's Angels ( Ohio )

      The Ballentine Brewers ( N.J.)

       The Shoemakers ( Ma. )

        The Vagabonds ( N.J. )

         The Appleknockers ( N.Y. )

         The Jolly Jesters ( Canada )

          Black Watch ( Wash. )

         Wausau Story ( Wisc. )

         The Woodmen ( Minn. )

           The Orbiteers ( Ma. )

           The Skokie Indians ( Il)

            The Don Juans ( Ma. )

            The Surfers ( CT )

             Dutch Boy ( NY)

            Little Flowers ( N.J. )

            The Peanuts ( N.Y )

            Custer's Brigade ( midwest )

           The Blue Notes ( Ohio)

            The Hamms Indians ( midwest )

             Beatrix ( Netherlands )

             

 

            

          

 

       

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4 minutes ago, BRASSO said:

The Thing ( Minn. )   

Wasn't this the merger that became Pioneer?  

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7 minutes ago, KVG_DC said:

Wasn't this the merger that became Pioneer?  

 Yes.. I believe so.

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Just now, BRASSO said:

 Yes.. I believe so.

I remember reading about that somewhere.  They marched a season with mismatched uniforms or something like that.  

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9 minutes ago, KVG_DC said:

I remember reading about that somewhere.  They marched a season with mismatched uniforms or something like that.  

 Yes...They were quite " the thing ".

 They actually were a pretty good Drum Corps during their ever so brief tenure... as were some of the Corps I listed above  too.

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