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laurajane

Proud of them! Proud of US.

God Bless them abundantly.

photogent

Thank you everyone this country still lives.

SMor2Ditto

Well said PG.....

mipahollo1

What a proud heritage we have. I agree with all previous remarks, and thanks for posting PG.

PLG1958

Love it. Thank you, PG!

pkin38

You sure got that right. Agree 100%

photogent

Could you imagine how great this country could be if our politicians had this commitment and honor?????? What a world they could make and not for themselves and close friends but everyone.

pumpkinhead

Tater-You are so right about commitment and honor. This picture was taken during Sandy-it's a picture i received in an email and sent it to PG, who posted it for all of us.

potatomum66

I had read that the Honor Guard would continue through Sandy, no matter what, and I'm very glad to see this picture (even if it wasn't during Sandy). Most of the time these days, it seems that the words "commitment" and "honor" aren't worth much. It's both grounding and inspiring to have a visual reminder that such concepts are still alive and well. Thanks, PG.

annjax

This just leaves me speechless.............

jacquescamus

brave men!

SMor2Ditto

The epitome of standing your ground with dignity, pride and courage... And more.... a lot more... True guardians of freedom.... There are not enough words....

photogent

Thank you for sending it to me Pumpkin.
These are some of our best.

pumpkinhead

Thanks for posting this, PG.
It's a very powerful ceremony-such dedicated men.

eyespies

True honour and duty - what an example these men set! Thank you for posting.

treker

The Tomb has been guarded continuously by members of the Army's 3rd Infantry's Honor Guard since 1948.

cedanse

this was actually taken during a storm in September, but they were still there during Sandy. Amazing.

shirley68

Dedication at it's best.

Graciela

No drink? I hope they can eat. I admire them but I could never do that, no even on my sleep.

puzzeljac

Wow, great.

chickiemama

Again, bless their hearts.

photogent

I did not travel to DC this time but I have been to the tomb several times and it is always inspirational. These men dedicate their lives to this. Once they are admitted they can never drink or use foul language or they have to return the pin they are given. They are completely isolated for six month learning every dignitary in Arlington and their location. Can you believe can never have drink or cuss? I may last fifteen minutes a little longer if I am asleep.

Wow, an unbelievable photo, you didn't actually travel to D.C. ? No matter, who said heros are hard to find these days. . . . . thanks, PG for sharing this. Gives a person goose bumps.

Dedication. Amazing.

Wow.....

morris186

Total dedication!!!

photogent

How is this for dedication?

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