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    Drill Resources

    Post away! Some suggestions: Links to CATOs about drill and dress, documents that are helpful, etc. Use your imagination!

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    Sea Cadet Dress Regulations (CATO 35-01)
    http://www.cadets.ca/support/cato-oa...spx#CATO 35-01

    Sea Cadet Manual of Drill and Ceremonial
    http://www.cadets.ca/content-contenu.aspx?id=64296

    Army Cadet Dress Regulations (CATO 46-01)
    http://www.cadets.ca/support/cato-oa...x#CATO%2046-01

    Army Cadet Cadet Badge Flag and Banners (CATO 48-01)
    http://www.cadets.ca/support/cato-oa...x#CATO%2048-01

    Air Cadet Wearing of Pilot Wings (CATO 52-04)
    http://www.cadets.ca/support/cato-oa...x#CATO%2052-04

    Air Cadet Lee Enfield Rifle Drill (CATO 54-04)
    http://www.cadets.ca/support/cato-oa...x#CATO%2054-04

    Air Cadet Dress Regulations (CATO 55-04)
    http://www.cadets.ca/support/cato-oa...x#CATO%2055-04

    CFP 200 The Heritage Structure of The Canadian Forces
    CFP 201 Canadian Forces Manual of Drill and Ceremonial
    CFP 265 Canadian Forces Dress Instructions
    http://www.army.forces.gc.ca/land-te...uction-eng.asp

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    Is there a page where it I can look over some drill commands for drill w/ arms for my LHQ Drill Team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrillGOD822 View Post
    Is there a page where it I can look over some drill commands for drill w/ arms for my LHQ Drill Team?
    I know drill with arms is covered in the CATOS and the 201, but I'm unsure if they contain commands as well.
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    Exclamation Resources that may be very helpful

    Hello all,

    While there are vast differences between Canadian and American drill and ceremonies the goal that I have envisioned for the books that I've written and am currently writing is for them to be usable for everyone around the globe.

    A list of the books that I have written in my lengthy introduction and I would again like to list them here with a little more explanation. You can find my books by using the link in my signature.

    Exhibition Drill for the Military Drill Team Vol I: this is the first book that I wrote and has basic ideas for creating an exhibition routine and also details how to write a routine from scratch.

    The World Drill Association Adjudication Manual and Rule Book: this book outlines how to judge all aspects of military drill. Here in America there have been "systems" used that have never taken into account the performance as a whole and the individual parts. This book breaks down the "what" and the "how" of the four captions of judging drill. The WDA offers certification for judges in the four captions: Overall Effect, Composition Analysis, Equipment and Movement/Marching. There is also a timing and penalties judge but that is not a caption.

    Continuing Education for the WDA Judge: The WDA Manual (above), gives the reader an in-depth look at each caption. This book however, gives the prospective judge the tools necessary to apply what was learned in the Manual.

    Exhibition Drill for the Military Drill Team Vol II: I hope to publish this book this summer, 2010, and contains a couple of surprises for the military drill world.

    The Honor Guard Manual: Based on the training that I've received in the United States Air Force serving on Base Honor Guard nits around the world, this book is meant to a complete training aid for any honor guard units across America. (Canadians may find it helpful since it entails training for pall bearers, color guards, firing parties, cordons and much more.) I hope to publish this book before the end of 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrillGOD822 View Post
    Is there a page where it I can look over some drill commands for drill w/ arms for my LHQ Drill Team?
    Your looking for the Sea Cadet Manual of Drill and Ceremonial, it is available in the library of the national cadet site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireForEffect View Post
    Your looking for the Sea Cadet Manual of Drill and Ceremonial, it is available in the library of the national cadet site.
    I thought the CFP 201 would be more appropriate. Are the commands different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLt T. Clausen View Post
    I thought the CFP 201 would be more appropriate. Are the commands different?
    The commands aren't different, to my knowledge. The main difference though is that the 201 only has info for C7 and C8 drill. The Sea Cadet Manual of Drill and Ceremonial would be better suited for cadets because it has info on Lee Enfield rifle drill, which is what cadets use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireForEffect View Post
    Your looking for the Sea Cadet Manual of Drill and Ceremonial, it is available in the library of the national cadet site.
    The direct link for that is here:

    http://www.cadets.ca/content-contenu.aspx?id=64296

    Quote Originally Posted by SLt T. Clausen View Post
    I thought the CFP 201 would be more appropriate. Are the commands different?


    From the introduction to said manual:

    2. This publication provides instructions on
    procedures for ceremonies involving Royal
    Canadian Sea Cadets. It is to be used as a
    supplement and be treated as subordinate to the
    Canadian Forces Manual of Drill and Ceremonial (APD-
    201-000/PT-000).
    It primarily provides rifle drill, shipboard drill, naval field gun drill, and Ceremonial Divisions drill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox 2 View Post
    The commands aren't different, to my knowledge. The main difference though is that the 201 only has info for C7 and C8 drill. The Sea Cadet Manual of Drill and Ceremonial would be better suited for cadets because it has info on Lee Enfield rifle drill, which is what cadets use.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lt(N) Deck View Post
    It primarily provides rifle drill, shipboard drill, naval field gun drill, and Ceremonial Divisions drill.
    Sure--but the commands aren't different. That's what he wanted, after all.
    Last edited by Digital Native; 11th July 2010 at 09:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLt T. Clausen View Post
    Sure--but the commands aren't different. That's what she wanted, after all.
    True.

    BTW, the person who asked the question (DrillGOD822) is actually male.

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    Hi all.

    If you want to know how we do it in Australia, go to the link and download the Manual Of Drill.

    http://aafc.net.au/download/Default.asp?Category=229

    If you do it and have any questions just give us a shout!

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    Hello all.

    For some reason the 201 links above no longer work. Does anyone know of any alternative sites?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iconidoo View Post
    Hello all.

    For some reason the 201 links above no longer work. Does anyone know of any alternative sites?
    yes, i am trying to look for a copy too....
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    I will PM our intrepid IT department and see about getting a 201 posted here.
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    thanks, sir!
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    If you want PM me your email and I will email you a copy if I can!

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    If you want PM me your email and I will email you a copy if I can!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeWhoMustNotBeNamed View Post
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