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PARADES Everyone loves a parade. Old and young turn out for  hometown  and  regional  parades.  They  offer  an excellent  opportunity  to  show  off  the  Navy.  As  a recruiting   supervisor,   you   need   to   be   aware   of parades  planned  in  your  territory.  Work  with  the recruiter-in-charge (RINC) to decide on the extent of participation.  There  is  a  multitude  of  choices  for parade participation. You can request a drill team or color guard unit from a naval installation if logistics allow. You can coordinate with local naval reservists for extra manpower. DEP personnel can be trained in marching     fundamentals.     Of     course,     recruiters themselves  can  participate  as  a  marching  unit  or color guard. Drill Teams Most  naval  training  centers  have  a  drill  team that is available for parades. Work with your PAO to find out if there is a team in your area. Most teams have   specific   mileage   limitations   on   their   travel. Some require funding for meals, lodging, and perhaps even transportation. Color Guards As  with  the  drill  team  availability,  check  with your   PAO   to   find   color   guard   units   for   parade participation.  In  the  absence  of  an  assigned  color guard, recruiters can fill this task easily themselves. Coordinate   with   local   reserve   centers   for   flags, parade rifles, and leggings. Figure 7-2 shows a proper color guard formation. DEP Participation DEP  personnel  are  normally  eager  to  represent the  Navy.  Advance  planning  is  a  must  to  prepare them for public performance. Marching fundamentals can  be  used  as  general  military  training  (GMT)  at regularly  scheduled  DEP  meetings.  Extra  practice will  make  sure  they  look  professional  on  the  day  of the  parade.  Have  the  DEP  personnel  dress  alike. Navy T-shirts or iron-ons teamed with blue jeans and a Navy ball cap can become instant uniforms. Check out  the  Navy  banner  from  your  NRD  and  you  now have  your  own  performing  unit.  You  might  want  to even  teach  them  a  couple  of  cadences  fitting  for public marching. MUSIC FOR RECRUITING The  Music  for  Recruiting  Program  is  supported by  the  U.S.  Navy  Band  in  Washington,  DC,  and  by field bands located across the nation. COMNAVCRUITCOM   coordinates   the   U.S.   Navy Band  national  tours  in  support  of  recruiting.  The CHINFO funds Navy recruiting Areas (NAVCRUITAREAs)  for  use  of  the  regional  Navy bands. Figure 7-2.—Color guard formation. 7-6

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