Military Orchestra

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Military Orchestra
  1. Earth Science
    1. 8.B.1. Leaving a Record: Explain how sedimentary rock is formed (embedding plant and animal remains and leaving a record of the sequence in which plants and animals disappeared)
      1. Military was formed in the 11th century and formed by the military soldiers.
    2. Astronomy
      1. 8.D.3. Effects of Tilt: Recognize and explain the effects of the tilt of the Earth’s axis.
        1. Just as the earth tilts or has changed so has the military and its band, there are traditions and other things that are formed from the British era.
      2. Biology
        1. 8.D.1. Change Over Time: Recognize and describe that evolutionary change in species over time occurs as a result of genetic variation in organisms and environmental changes.
          1. The U.S. Army has four premier bands and thirty traditional bands spread across the globe including each of the Army's divisions, corps major armies and major training installations. These bands perform regular musical operations such as ceremonies, military balls, community outreach, parades, concerts, military graduations, and more. In recent years these bands have deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and more in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom performing for civilians, vips, servicemembers and instances convoy, and base secur
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