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That manual, developed with input from an armed forces drill instructor, was most likely due to a push for Canadian drill. As PathfinderDI has rightly pointed out, Canadian drill stems from our British roots as does the drill of most, if not all, Commonwealth countries. Furthermore, as you both have indicated, the NAD manual is the standard for drill at international camporees. However, there is an allowance for deviation from the NAD manual in the competition rules I've seen which state that teams performing drill other than that covered in the NAD manual should enter freestyle competition. The question then is, how binding is the NAD manual? Was it intended only as a guideline or was the intention that all NAD conferences and unions, including Canada and Bermuda, would perform American drill even while staying within their own borders? I believe that if it were the latter any attempt to enforce it now would be met with resistance.