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|From the 1966 "Pageant of Drums": FAITH-HONOR-HUMILITY--these are the three watch-words which have guided the Royal-Airs for the past seven years. but words alone have not made the Royal-Airs the finest precision musical marching unit in the world. Hours upon hours of diligent rehearsing until every movement was precise; every note exact. Were you to pinpoint the continued effort displayed by RA, however, you would have to again say :Faith, honor and humility--faith in God; honor shown not only to the staff, instructors, and fellow corps members, but also in utmost respect to their parents; and humility--that second effort of spirit that makes them accept defeat in the same tradition as victory. In 1967, other values were emphasized as well:Faith, Honor, Humility, Honesty, Loyalty, Poise, and Esprit d'Corps: The values that continue to guide the Big Blue.|
Note: Some listed were members of St. Michael's Chi-Angels at the time.