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See what’s in the November 2003 issue of DCW!

Air Force Academy soars to victory at Interservice contest
Coverage of the October 3 competition between the Air Force Academy and the Naval Academy drum and bugle corps

ScorpsBoard
Get the latest scores from the European competitions

Senators top DCUK Finals
Coverage of the October 5 show in Mansfield, England

British Youth Band Association hosts 30-unit championship
Coverage of the October 12 show in Mansfield, England

The amazing world of drum corps
Fascinating facts about drum corps...

October 23, 2003

New York Skyliners prepare for 2004

New York Skyliners (Garfield, NJ)
Photo by David...

October 22, 2003

Garden State Circuit will discontinue operations

Cadets of New York City
(Photo by...

October 14, 2003

Magic of Orlando announces top leadership for 2004

Magic of Orlando (Orlando, FL)
Photo by David...

October 12, 2003

The heart of a champion

by Brian Irons, DCW staff

Blue Devils (Concord,...

October 11, 2003

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