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Photo by Mike Litwin/ECU News ServicesTrumpet player Na'Dia Sellars stands at attention in the new uniform adopted by ECU's Marching Pirates this fall. The hat design is a nod to those worn by the marching band two or three generations ago.
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Photo by Mike Litwin/ECU News ServicesTrumpet player Na'Dia Sellars stands at attention in the new uniform adopted by ECU's Marching Pirates this fall. The hat design is a nod to those worn by the marching band two or three generations ago.

ECU notes: New uniforms for band

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Fans attending East Carolina University home football games this season may notice members of the Marching Pirates have a quicker step or an extra snap with their color guard flags.

And the reason might be their new uniforms. They definitely were needed, Director of the Marching Pirates Bill Staub said.


“The old uniforms were more than 10 years old,” Staub, who is now in his second year with ECU, said. “They were gross. It was the number one need of the program when I arrived.”

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