Color guards can be found in most American colleges, universities, high schools, and middle schools, and independent drum corps. They are typically made up of girls but may also include boys as well. They use various equipment, including flags, rifles, and sabres, along with dance, to enhance the music of the marching band show. Usually, marching bands and color guards perform during football games at halftime. During marching band competitions, the guard adds to the overall score of the band and is also judged in a category usually called auxiliary. Our goal is to deliver the latest happening and news on this sport.