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|History for Rochester Crusaders||Rochester, NY|
|Inactive Senior Corps founded in 1947||Did you march Rochester Crusaders?|
|Other names: Hilton Crusaders, Irondequoit Crusaders, Grey Knight Crusaders|
The Rochester Crusaders, formed in 1947, is a senior marching and maneuvering corps based in Rochester, New York. They have been sponsored by Rochester Memorial American Legion Post 134 and the Rochester Memorial VFW Post 1466.|
The corps’ colors are green, black and white.
Also known as the Grey Knight Crusaders, Hilton Crusaders, and Irondequiot Crusaders, the corps has taken part in all but two of the 38 DCA national championships, their highest finish being third in 1988. The Crusaders remained active in 2003, their 49th continuous year, a year in which they finished ninth in DCA Championship competition.
[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966; A History of Drum and Bugle Corps, 2002; DCW, 6/25/04, p.2]
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