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The DrillMasterYes folks, I was finally able to get the code and my friend at Dave Becker Design to finally make things work. It’s difficult being a one-man band while maintaining the site, writing articles, teaching, writing books and all of the others things necessary in life. But, God is good and gracious and I was able to connect with Dave and have him take care of a long overdue job.

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The Manual of the Firefighter’s Ceremonial Pike Pole

The Manual of the Firefighter’s Ceremonial Pike Pole

What about the manual of arms for the Firefighter’s Ceremonial Pike Pole? I have the solution! For my fifth book for the military drill world, The Honor Guard Manual, I developed a manual for manipulating the firefighter’s ceremonial pike pole that mimics the manual of arms for the honor guard.

What I have done is to try to match, as closely as possible, the honor guard manual of arms for the rifle and present a standard that everyone can use regardless of where they are or the size of their team.

Here is a sample of going from Order Arms/Attention to Present Arms and then Present Arms back to Order Arms/Attention:

Pike Pole Order Arms/Attention to Present Arms

Pike Pole Order Arms from Present Arms

 

 

The Manual of the Firefighter’s Ceremonial Fire Axe

There is the manual of arms for the rifle, saber/sword and even a handgun. What about the Firefighter’s Ceremonial Fire Axe? I have the solution! For my fifth book for the military drill world, The Honor Guard Manual, I developed a manual for manipulating the firefighter’s ceremonial fire axe that mimics the manual of arms for the honor guard.

What I have done is to try to match, as closely as possible, the honor guard manual of arms for the rifle and present a standard that everyone can use regardless of where they are or the size of their team.

Here is a sample of going from Attention to Port Arms and then Port Arms back to Order Arms/Attention:

From Attention to Port Arms

From Port Arms to Order Arms/Attention

In The Honor Guard Manual you can learn about every aspect of what an honor guard does and how to perform it.