The Summerall Guards

The Summerall Guards

Since its inception in 1932 as the Richardson Rifles, the Summerall Guards, have been one of the premier military drill units in the United States. Named after General Charles P. Summerall, former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and president of The Citadel from 1931 until 1953, The Summerall Guards remain The Citadel's elite, silent drill platoon.

Read more about The Summerall GuardsUnit History and Background, Summerall Guard Leadership, Summerall Guard Decorations and Awards, Bond Volunteer Aspirant (BVA) Training, Feats

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The Summerall Guards - Feats - Feats Conducted During BVA Training and Awarded At The End of Feats Day
... Rifle Devils are the only Summerall Guards allowed to grab a BVAs rifle during a Cut Run for not staying in cadence ... is sometimes used interchangeably with the title "Rifle Devil" to refer to Summerall Guards who hold the feat ... move or twitch at all during the 61mm feat contest or risk having their rifle snatched by a 61mm Summerall Guard ...

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