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  • AF Honor Guard blossoms in joint drill exhibition

    The U.S. Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team members displayed their skill at a Joint Service Drill Team Exhibition on the National Mall during the 101st National Cherry Blossom Festival here April 13.Between the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and its iconic reflecting pool, the 12 Drill Team members joined their sister services in a friendly
  • Glimpse into life of USAF Honor Guard drill members

    Five men march slowly and purposefully between the crowd as they advance from the back of the room toward the front stage. Their blue caps hide the men's faces as they look down. Four of them hold fully-functioning Garand M-1 rifles with bayonets attached to their tips. The other holds a long saber. Once at the front, the five men dressed in blues
  • Honor Guard helps mayor teach leadership to Shaw Airmen

    Sumter Mayor Joseph McElveen Jr., spoke to Shaw Airmen about leadership and Airmen also watched a performance by the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team here, March 15.The event kick started Leadership Friday, which will be held once a quarter on Fridays and will be open to Team Shaw members. Each event will focus on a guest speaker who is a
  • Drill Team seeks inspiration, perfection at training camp

    JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING, Md. --The U.S. Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team loaded up and rolled out Feb. 15, 2013, as they traveled to Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., for their annual training camp.During the month-long training, the members will undergo intense training to develop and perfect a new routine for the upcoming season. "Throughout
  • Drill Team Commander transitions after notable season

    The U.S. Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team showcased the Air Force's precision and excellence to a crowd of AF JROTC students at Battle Filed High School on Feb. 6, 2013 in Haymarket, Va.For one member, it was more than just another recruiting expedition; it was his final performance with the Drill Team and an end to a notable season. "During the
  • Andrews Base HG integrates with USAF HG for 57th presidential inauguration

    To the Airmen of The Unites States Air Force Honor Guard, a presidential inauguration is one of many high-profile, high-visibility events they will participate in during their careers. To many other Airmen in the National Capitol Region, however, participating in this year's inauguration is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Twelve members of the
  • Team Andrews unites to support inauguration

    Synergy is abundant here as the 11th Wing and mission partners rehearse their roles in support of the 57th Presidential Inauguration slated for Jan. 21 in nearby Washington, D.C. Airmen from every unit here are slated to join members of their sister services in the DOD rehearsal this Sunday.Members of the United States Air Force Band and Honor
  • Air Force Honor Guard to welcome Obama to second term

    On Jan. 21, more than 5,000 service members from active, Guard and Reserve components of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard as well as other federal, state and local agencies will take part in the nation's 57th Presidential Inauguration. The Department of Defense, through U.S. Northern Command and its Joint Task Force-National
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