Dunkirk Flying Dutchmen

Dunkirk, NY United States
Founded: 1930

Inactive Senior
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Position 200+ indicates Division II, Position 300+ indicates Division III, Position 400+ indicates Mini Corps.

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The Flying Dutchmen, formed in 1930, is a senior marching and maneuvering and parade corps based in Dunkirk, New York. They were sponsored by the Volunteer Fire Department Hose Company #1 and marched in the New York-Penn Association circuit.

The corps’ colors are red, black and white.

Awards included the 1952-59 New York State Firemen’s Championships and the 1962-63 Southwestern Firemen’s Championships.

[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966]

Members (5)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Hanlon, Philip baritone 1964 to 1967
Keppel, Rod French Horn 1967 to 1968
palmer, david percussion, snare drum 1963 to 1985
piglowski, don baritone 1962 to 1964
Uszacki, Bob French Horn 1964

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Dunkirk Flying Dutchmen

Flying Dutchmen Overseas cap from the Bill Ives Collection
Dunkirk Flying Dutchmen

Flying Dutchmen Overseas cap from the Bill Ives Collection

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