The Color Guard and Multiple National & State Colors

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Multiple National Colors So, what is a team to do when you have more than one national color? Here is some information to consider: When overseas Air Force Base Honor Guard teams carry both colors when called to present them on base and in the local community. The photo here is of the Spangdahlem Air Base team when we (I’m …

The Ultra-Reinforced DrillMaster Bayonet

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It took three months to create the final version of the Ultra-Reinforced DrillMaster bayonet. The DrillMaster worked with the Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team and Supply Airmen to create this extremely reinforced bayonet. The picture below is the final version. extra spot welds and a small plate of steel to reinforce the handle. This DrillMaster Bayonet* is the Air Force …

The DrillMaster Driller’s Bayonet is Here!

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Yes, folks, it’s taken me a while, but I have worked very diligently to create this bayonet from my original idea of a safer blade for Drillers. I was finally able to make my mark on the blade as well! And I’m not finished. There is more to come for the bayonet and other products. How do you order it? …

A Word From Driller Angel Solis about the DrillMaster Bayonet

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The DrillMaster Driller’s Bayonet. Drillers, have you ever seen armed exhibition? How about bladed exhibition? Ever wanted to start bladed drill but wish there was a safer way? When it comes to new Drillers performing or practicing armed exhibition drill with a blade there are a lot of things that come to hand. Let me first start off by letting …

Bayonet, Bayonet, Who’s Got the Bayonet?

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The DrillMaster Bayonet is for the M1 Garand and M1903 rifles, it is a real bayonet, but the blade tip is rounded, it does not have a sharp edge and has welds for extra stability- there is also an unwelded version. Armed drill has a certain amount of danger; drilling bladed ups the ante considerably. The DrillMaster Bayonet is a ‘safer’ …