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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Presidential Navy Honor Guard Drill Team

Today is Pearl Harbor Day, and I thought it would be a good day to highlight the skill and precision of our military.  Hope you will enjoy this video of the Presidential Navy Honor Guard Drill Team.





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13 comments:

Joanie M said...

This is amazing!!! Than ks for reminding us of Pearl Harbor Day.

tsonodablog said...

Ex-Air Force here and very patriotic! Loved the tribute to Pearl Harbor! I was assigned short duty (for a year) in the honor guard, which meant I had to precision march and carry a flag for ceremonies to include command changes and funerals. I did this in addition to my regular Air Force job. It seems like a lifetime ago!

Nice post! Thank you,
Terri

Lazarus said...

Great clip and very appropriate, thanks for sharing!

lakeviewer said...

Always a great reminder of the force and the duty represented by these exercises.

Brian Miller said...

wow. that is totally awesome...love the precision....

Michelle Saunderson said...

This is great.

Candice said...

Man, that's very impressive!

Pat said...

I can not believe the precision those soldiers had to have! Wow! That takes a LOT of practice! Thanks for sharing this!

Eva Gallant said...

tsonodablog: So this must have looked a bit familiar to you! Glad you liked it.

Lazarus: Glad you enjoyed it.

Michelle: That's why I had to share it!

Martha in PA said...

Thanks for stopping by! Adam (as much as my daughter LOVES him, I feel like we should be on a first name basis - there are not too many sentences that come out of her mouth that do not include his name!) is an amazing entertainer. I knew little of him from American Idol, but took my daughter and two of her friends to see him in August. I was hooked!

Thanks for sharing!

Claudia said...

wow - this is amazing - looks so easy and is such a lot of work..

Homemaker Man said...

Eva, I just got the list. Old lady, I'm gonna hammer you.

Mad Mind said...

This was cool. Thanks for linking up today on the Train. Have a great week!