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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

Marine Corps Color Detachment performs on Camp Smith

By Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso | | March 12, 2010

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Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder, commander U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, introduces the Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. "This is the first time the Silent Drill Platoon has been to Hawaii in well more than a decade, and it's the first time we've had the entire Battle Color Detachment here as one unit. So, we've been taking full advantage of this rare treat."

Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder, commander U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, introduces the Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. "This is the first time the Silent Drill Platoon has been to Hawaii in well more than a decade, and it's the first time we've had the entire Battle Color Detachment here as one unit. So, we've been taking full advantage of this rare treat." (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' drum master takes his position during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The event was the first time the entire Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment had been in Hawaii.

The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' drum master takes his position during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The event was the first time the entire Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment had been in Hawaii. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' percussionists perform "Music in Motion," a selection of songs the band plays around the Marine Corps, during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. Prior to the event, the musicians performed on Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and several Military installations on Oahu.

The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' percussionists perform "Music in Motion," a selection of songs the band plays around the Marine Corps, during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. Prior to the event, the musicians performed on Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and several Military installations on Oahu. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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A Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' percussionists performs "Music in Motion," a selection of songs the band plays around the Corps, during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. Prior to the event, the musicians performed on Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and several Military installations in Oahu.

A Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' percussionists performs "Music in Motion," a selection of songs the band plays around the Corps, during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. Prior to the event, the musicians performed on Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and several Military installations in Oahu. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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Musicians with the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps take their positions mid-performance during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. Prior to the event, the musicians performed on Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and several Military installations in Oahu.

Musicians with the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps take their positions mid-performance during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. Prior to the event, the musicians performed on Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and several Military installations in Oahu. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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A Marine with the "Commandant's Own," the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps, performs "Music in Motion," a selection of songs the band plays around the Corps, during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. More than 1,000 service members, families and spectators were present for the performance.

A Marine with the "Commandant's Own," the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps, performs "Music in Motion," a selection of songs the band plays around the Corps, during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. More than 1,000 service members, families and spectators were present for the performance. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' drum master leads his Marines during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The event was the first time the entire Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment had been in Hawaii.

The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps' drum master leads his Marines during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The event was the first time the entire Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment had been in Hawaii. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon perform close order drill movements during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Silent Drill platoon is known for the difficult close order drill techniques they perform without any verbal commands.

Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon perform close order drill movements during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Silent Drill platoon is known for the difficult close order drill techniques they perform without any verbal commands. (Photo by Juan D. Alfonso)


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Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon perform close order drill movements during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Silent Drill platoon is known for the difficult close order drill techniques they perform without any verbal commands.

Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon perform close order drill movements during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Silent Drill platoon is known for the difficult close order drill techniques they perform without any verbal commands. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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A Marine with the Silent Drill Platoon conducts a rifle inspection during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The event was the first time the entire Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment had been in Hawaii.

A Marine with the Silent Drill Platoon conducts a rifle inspection during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The event was the first time the entire Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment had been in Hawaii. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon, spin their rifles toward each other during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Silent Drill platoon is known for the difficult close order drill techniques they perform without any verbal commands.

Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon, spin their rifles toward each other during a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Silent Drill platoon is known for the difficult close order drill techniques they perform without any verbal commands. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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More than 1,000 service members, family and friends attended a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Marine Corps Battle Color features streamers representing every campaign the Marine Corps fought in since the Revolutionary War.

More than 1,000 service members, family and friends attended a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Marine Corps Battle Color features streamers representing every campaign the Marine Corps fought in since the Revolutionary War. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder, U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific, commander, salutes the colors at the conclusion of a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon and Marine Corps Color Guard performed for more than 1,000 service members, families and their friends.

Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder, U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific, commander, salutes the colors at the conclusion of a Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony March 12 on Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii. The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon and Marine Corps Color Guard performed for more than 1,000 service members, families and their friends. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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CAMP H.M. SMITH, Hawaii --