The Color Guard in the Sons of the American Revolution serves as a means to involve our members in the activities of the Society, especially younger ones. They add a note of color and bearing to our celebrations, both public and private, and attract the attention of the general public to the activities of the Society.
The Color Guard is used in ceremonies to open and close meetings of the SAR, DAR, C.A.R. and other organizations. They participate in parades, memorial services and grave markings. They bring favorable publicity to the SAR with their colorful flags, attractive uniforms and colonial style music. The Color Guard is organized on the state society and/or chapter level. North Carolina fields a “combined Color Guard” made up of men from several chapters who assemble just like the minutemen.
Written by NCSSAR Color Guard Commander, Major Dick Bishop, USA, (Ret.) 2010
Updated September 15th, 2014 by Lt Col Gary O. Green, USAF, (Ret.)
Improving the Authenticity of the Color Guard Uniforms
This is an interesting .PDF article you can download and read…the article includes a booklet from 1994 from the North Carolina Historical Reenactment Society. Download the article here.
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