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    Cincinnati Glory, formed in August, 1994, was a junior marching and maneuvering corps based in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 2000, Glory finished third in DCI Division III competition. The corps ceased operations in 2001, and many of its members joined the Marion Cadets.
    The definition of glory is praise, honor, renown or a highly commendable asset. The logo also derives its flag motif from Old Glory: the logo is a red, white and blue flag with the stripe emanating from the letter "y" symbolizing the Ohio river; the 7 stars represent the 7 hills of Cincinnati.

gloĽ ry \ glor-e \ n
1.Praise, honor, or distinction: RENOWN
2.A highly commendable asset
3.A state of great gratification or exaltation
4.A height of prosperity of achievement
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If you marched with the corps please send an email, your name will be added to the alumni database. If you are a former marching member of a fan please help this site grow by contributing some of those old pictures and recordings! They will be added to the coming media section for all to see.


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