Welcome to the Ceremonial Guard!
The Ceremonial Guard focuses on creating picture-perfect cadets who are highly motivated,
maintain exceptionally high standards of conduct, both on and off-duty, and exude enormous
amounts of pride in all they do. Ceremonial Guardsmen learn to develop self-discipline, teamwork,
and leadership while serving their community.
During the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, cadets who wish to attend in-person practices at school must first fill out a waiver of liability form (found on the right of this page). Practices are Mondays through Thursdays, from 1445 to 1545, however, please join the remind of the team you are joining to receive updates on the practice schedule.
CG in Action
Interested in joining Ceremonial Guard?C/Capt. Matthew MacaspacHonor Guard Commanderemail: firstname.lastname@example.orgC/Capt. Aidan WisemanHonor Guard Executive Officeremail: email@example.comC/Capt. Kat HernandezColor Guard CommanderC/MSgt. Kayla AguilarColor Guard Commanderemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Color Guards are small teams of Ceremonial Guardsmen who carry flags, known as colors, during
ceremonies and events. They are responsible for appropriately representing, escorting, and
presenting the colors. Typical colors teams consist of two to three flag bearers (one of which being
the national color) and two rifle guards.
The Unit Honor Guard team is a group of highly mature and exemplary cadets dedicated to service.
Their main tasks consist of rendering Military Funeral Honors and performing other similarly
solemn ceremonies. They represent Airmen of the USAF, past and present, and as such carry
themselves in the highest standards and most professional image.