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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
1 lives in Armed Forces Europe
2 live in California
4 live in Colorado
5 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
4 live in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
3 live in Maryland
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
17 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
14 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in Netherlands
1 lives in United Kingdom
24 location unknown
36 are deceased


There are some fixed costs for the reunion: $250 for the projector and $20 for the sound system plugin. Any help you can give would be appreciated. Excess will go to the HG.

Penn State AFROTC Honor Guard/Drill Team

The AFROTC Honor Guard is the most recent incarnation of an organization whose history begins in 1951, when the Penn State Guard was established. In 1953 the name changed to the AFROTC Drill Team, which was retained mostly intact (it was regularly embellished on the drill floor) until the Team was disbanded in 1991. It was reinstated in the fall of 1993 and competed in the spring of 1994, but disbanded again in 1998. It was resurrected as the Honor Guard in [date unknown] and is still going strong today.*

This Alumni site has been set up to give all Drill Team / Honor Guard alumni a place to come and reconnect with their Teammates. Come in, set up your profile, take a look around, and stay tuned! We're just getting started!

*(Corrections / confirmations of these names and dates are welcomed.)

Underlined text provided by Heather Deeney on September 17 and October 5, 2019. Thank you, Heather!


Hi Folks!
Now that it is 26+ years since I retired, I am putting together a digital shadow box to remember my career. But I need your help in completing it!
I have gotten my feet wet using the free service and recommend it to you especially if you have zero or limited digital graphics skills. But now I want something else that includes my ROTC experience as well as all of my unit patches. That's where you come in.
I have just found the Det 720 unit patch on the Det 720 AFROTC Facebook page but suspect that it was only recently designed (i.e., not from the 1966 to 1970 era). Also, the only one I could find (I tried pasting it here but, like in most web message software, only text is saved here) was on a blue-grey square background and all of my other patches are on a white background. I could use it but it is totally unfamiliar to me. What I VAGUELY recall is that we used something else, perhaps in the '720 News' (Snoopy flying his doghouse?) or maybe in the yearbook. But I don't seem to have any newsletters or yearbooks now to check it out. If you do, could you please send me a photo from your smart phone of whatever emblem we used. My email address is
Rich Ranker, Class of 1970