Greeneville, TN United States
|1956||7||79.000||(Repertoire not available)|
|1957||8||85.200||(Repertoire not available)|
|1959||4||82.200||(Repertoire not available)|
|1960||15||(Repertoire not available)|
|1961||Samson and Delilah * Battle Hymn of the Republic * The Phantom Regiment * Theme from Surfside 6 * Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor|
|1962||17||Samson and Delilah * Battle Hymn of the Republic * The Phantom Regiment * Theme from Surfside 6 * Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor|
|1963||Army of the Nile * And This is My Beloved * El Cid * Battle Hymn of the Republic * Papa Loves Mambo|
In its early days this senior corps appeared under a variety of names, including the VFW Post 1990 Drum and Bugle Corps, Andrew Johnson Cadets, and the Andrew Johnson Presidents. The 17th President of the United States had hailed from Greeneville, Tennessee, the corps' hometown.
The original senior corps became a junior corps in about 1954.
The corps participated in numerous drum and bugle corps contests, two presidential inaugural parades, several gubernatorial inaugural parades, and many special parades and exhibitions. They placed eighth in the VFW Nationals in 1957, seventh in VFW Nationals in 1956, and fourth in the 1959 VFW Nationals in Los Angeles. The Presidents were deactivated in 1972, but were reactivated in November, 1999, as a junior corps, in large part through the efforts of its new director, Bill Clendenon.
The Presidents made the switch to senior drum corps in 2002, believing DCA to be more supportive of new drum corps.
[www.prescorps.org; Bill Clendenon]
Highest Score 79.000
Final show in DCX Archives January 1, 1956 VFW Nationals Dallas TX placed 7 with a score of 79.000
Highest Score 85.200
Final show in DCX Archives January 1, 1957 VFW Nationals Miami FL placed 8 with a score of 85.200
Highest Score 73.750
Final show in DCX Archives August 20, 1958 VFW Nationals Prelims New York NY placed 16 with a score of 73.750
Highest Score 82.200
Final show in DCX Archives January 1, 1959 VFW Nationals Los Angeles CA placed 4 with a score of 82.200
Highest Score 87.050
Final show in DCX Archives September 2, 1961 Gastonia NC placed 2 with a score of 87.050
Highest Score 86.425
Final show in DCX Archives August 14, 1962 VFW Preliminary Minneapolis MN placed 24 with a score of 74.150
Highest Score 50.400
Final show in DCX Archives August 28, 1964 Worlds Fair Championship Flushing Meadow, LI NY placed 17 with a score of 44.500