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1957 saw the beginning of a legacy in Drum Corps. When the Troopers began no one knew that it would become what it is today—A Corps of musicians from all over the world, who come together every summer to represent Wyoming on the national stage.

This summer the Troopers will travel more than 10,000 miles, spend 11 weeks together and compete on 30 fields. They will rehearse 12 hours a day and become tomorrow’s leaders whose core values of Honor, Loyalty, and Dedication will carry them off the field and into the real world. An endeavor such as this is not a simple task. While the Troopers are 50% self funded, their need is still great. New uniforms, instruments, upgrades, food, fuel, staff, and insurance will total a bill of $500,000 by summer’s end.

We invite you to “Adopt-A-Trooper”. With your support, this summer will be a huge success! And in return, the Trooper member you’re supporting will send you postcard updates from the road!


Yes! I would like to be a part of the“Adopt-A-Trooper” program! - I pledge:
One week’s meals for a Trooper.
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The cost of uniform care and marching equipment.

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Transportation costs of one Trooper to 10 shows (1/3 of tour).

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Click HERE to download the Adopt-a-Trooper brochure

Core Values A Trooper’s Pride

My years in the Troopers can only be described as being the best time of my life. I have had the privilege to bear the crossed sabers on the marching battlefield for the past two drum corps seasons.

To be part of this organization’s resurrection has been simply amazing. It has impacted not only the three months spent on tour, but also my day-to-day life in it’s entirety.

I walk taller, stand firmer, and bear three words to live my excellence by. Honor, Loyalty and Dedication are not only what it means to be a Trooper, but to commit to only doing things all out.

Ethan Cuglietta, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, Las Vegas, NV

I rip my horn down and sixteen counts later I hear the anticipation from the crowd rising. We’re about to do our signature drill move--- the sunburst. I hear the crowd going nuts. I feel the energy making a summer of hard work worth doing. Our commitment to each other is strong; I know every person is doing their part and they trust I’m doing mine. Getting ready, I hear a fellow member say “push!” He knows we’re all tired; he is too. Is this what we’ve worked for all summer?

This is what it’s come down to--these final 30 seconds of the season. Our last show, our last sunburst, and our last time performing for people who love us. Here, expanding that epic circle for the last time; the crowd is on their feet and I don’t want them sitting down. We sound amazing; I’m leaving my performance on the field--having no regrets. Our last show ended. The crowd went crazy as we stood at parade rest. I had never been so proud of anything in my entire life; to this day I still have not felt any prouder. I love that feeling; knowing I tried my hardest and everybody knew--everybody felt I did. That is the greatest feeling in the world.

Jerry McClarty, ‘07, ‘09, Greely, CO




Date Location
Dec 16-18, 2011

Waller High School
20950 Field Store Rd
Waller Texas 77484

All flights are to be into IAH airport by 4pm on Friday. We will provide shuttle service to/from that airport ONLY!! Camp will start at 7pm Friday and conclude at 2pm on Sunday. Book flights out after 6pm.

Jan 13-15, 2012

Waller High School
20950 Field Store Rd
Waller Texas 77484

Feb 24-26, 2012

Waller High School
20950 Field Store Rd
Waller Texas 77484

Mar 16-18, 2012

Waller High School
20950 Field Store Rd
Waller Texas 77484

Apr 2012 University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY

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