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I would hate to be the guards that have duty the next couple of days
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Definitely a breed apart. They are awesome.
 

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Land Of The Free.
Because Of The Brave.

They will be there no matter what!
 

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I typed a couple of sentences but it just didnt seem to be enough. They are the best of the best! God Bless them.
 

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Never been un-guarded since 1948....No matter what the weather! Totally AWESOME!

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That is honor and duty in action.
 

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Ditto on all that has been said.
 

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God Bless all of our men and women in the armed forces past and present.
 

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Salute to all that give so freely of themselves.
 

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The dedication ceremony of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC in 1982 was very tough for me. I lost several buddies in 1968 and I could hardly contain myself while reading their names on the Wall. I reserved a few moments every day for those guys.
 

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I would guarantee THEY were proud to do it and none of THEM would've missed THEIR post for anything. We should be so grateful, THEY and THOSE THEY are protecting deserve our deepest respect. Blake
 

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It is said these guards vow to walk their post even during Sandy, like W1ngin1t said, every minute of everyday since April 6, 1948. The honor and dedication these men exhibit is unprecedented. God Bless our men and women service members and those in public service.
 

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Awesome , suprised the government has not stopped this
 

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The commitment these soldiers have to the Old Guard is remarkable, once you become an Honor Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns your always one. Your oath of service never expires. As was written "Soldiers never die until they are forgotten, the Tomb Guards never forget."
 
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