drill team
noun Date: 1928 an exhibition marching team that engages in precision drill

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • drill team — /ˈdrɪl tim/ (say dril teem) noun a team of people trained in ceremonial drill for exhibitions, etc …   Australian English dictionary

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