Paskibra and Paskibraka

Paskibra and Paskibraka

Paskibra and Paskibraka

Paskibra, better known as the flag-raising troops. During the flag ceremony, of course, you have seen several groups wearing white clothes. Almost all schools will hold a morning ceremony. Performing rituals honoring the flag and singing in memory of the heroes.

To be able to follow their style in the task of flying the flag, of course, it’s not just a short exercise. It takes time and practice diligently to join Paskibra. Every school of course also organizes extra-curricular Paskibra. Help them become a flag-raising troop.

There are stages if you want to become a Paskibraka. What we do know is that Paskibraka is a troop accompanying the flag at the presidential palace. To be able to reach the stage of a Paskibraka we have to practice hard.

What is the difference between Paskibra and Paskibraka?

Maybe many do not know that Paskibra and Paskibraka are actually different. These differences can be seen from: Cdmgaleria
Only practice in the afternoon
Still one school
Can go home
Each position has been arranged by the teacher
Made by Tina
Can not go home
From various areas
Doing Exercises regardless of time
From a different school
Can be in any position

From these differences, what equals is that they are both flag-raising troops. Being a Paskibraka and Paskibra it is not only practice to carry the flag and also to raise the flag as well. But they also exercise with walking movements in the same place.

selected with rigorous training//troops

The rhythmic movement can make the Paskibraka and Paskibra cool. The number of troops used was 32 Paskibraka [16 men and 16 women]. It’s not just the origin of taking and forming Paskibra. They must have several criteria to be able to become a Paskibra. Hearing this, of course, you will be discouraged, right? No need to be afraid because there are already several criteria you may have, namely discipline, achievement, responsibility, and having a moral attitude.