Formed as a result of the merger in 1975 between two smaller corps in the outskirts of Philadelphia, the 507 Hornets and Keystone Regiment, The Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps has grown to become a perennial Drum Corps International (DCI) World Champion Finalist, reaching the DCI Finals 22 times in the corps' brief 36 year history.
Based in San Antonio, Texas, the Crossmen are the only DCI World Class Drum and Bugle corps within the Lone Star State.
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