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Then 1986 it was. I thought I could been off a year. It was 1985 I instructed Kingsman out of West Deptford and then I instructed Fusiliers the following year (1986). After that I joined Esquire Sr. Guard.
It was their comeback year. George Miller and I met with Ken Daminger to bring them back out. Since I worked for George making rifles and sabres he gave all of the equipment at not cost as long as I made it.
I brought 8 people from Kingsman; I think only a few ended up staying the whole season. We marched to Shadowbox, and I think the second # was La Machine and our last song was Waterfall. In Wildwood we had a 25 foot fan that we opened across the back of the floor. As I said we scored a 26 at Black Watch and a 96 in Wildwood; taking 2nd in Open Class. That was I believe Chesepeak Cavaliers last year.
I aged out in 1986 and marched with Vince and Ozzie. It must have been after that because I don't know the other people you are referring to.
I would love to have or at least see again a video of Fusiliers comeback year, I believe it was 1984-1985, but may be a year off. The guard consisted of Ozzie Perez, Kenny (from Free Spirit), 3 girls from Allentown; just can't remember their names, Bobby Beaver. I instructed along with Jeff Broyan, Vince Perez, Kathy Downey and quite a few others. Anyone have a video.
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