A new exhibit honoring a beloved Casper group is now open at Fort Caspar Museum “TROOPERS: Celebrating 60 Years of the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps” will be on display until November of next year.

According to a release from the museum, the Troopers have played for millions of people all over the country for the past six decades.

"They have appeared at venues ranging from evening performances at small Wyoming high schools to halftime shows at professional football stadiums, and from Casper parades to the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, CA.  The Troopers have traveled from coast to coast, winning multiple championships, pioneering the inclusion of both boys and girls to the corps ranks, and introducing new elements to their performances such as curved marching lines.  They have gone from a group of local youth to college-age recruits from around the country and the world.  The exhibit will feature instruments, color guard props, uniforms, photographs, and memorabilia obtained from the Troopers organization and from past members."

In conjunction with the exhibit, the Troopers are scheduled to give a free public performance to the public at Fort Caspar on July 12th, starting at 7:00 p.m.

You can find out more about the Troopers exhibit and Fort Caspar Museum at their website.