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With the Washington Monument as a backdrop, US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Michael A. Reed, deployed from the 367th Training Support Squadron, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, as a member the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC), is officially reenlisted into the Air Force by US Navy Reservist Lieutenant Junior Grade Lola Britton, in Washington, D.C. The 2001 Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) carries on a more than 200-year-old tradition for the 54th Presidential Inauguration honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military. AFIC is a joint service organization established by the Secretary of the Army at the direction of the Secretary of Defense, and ...

With the Washington Monument as a backdrop, US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Michael A. Reed, deployed from the 367th Training Support Squadron, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, as a member the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC), is officially reenlisted into the Air Force by US Navy Reservist Lieutenant Junior Grade Lola Britton, in Washington, D.C. The 2001 Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) carries on a more than 200-year-old tradition for the 54th Presidential Inauguration honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military. AFIC is a joint service organization established by the Secretary of the Army at the direction of the Secretary of Defense, and ...

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[Complete] Scene Caption: With the Washington Monument as a backdrop, US Air Force Master Sergeant Michael A. Reed, deployed from the 367th Training Support Squadron, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, as a member the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC), is officially reenlisted into the Air Force by US Navy Reservist Lieutenant Junior Grade Lola Britton, in Washington, D.C. The 2001 Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) carries on a more than 200-year-old tradition for the 54th Presidential Inauguration honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military. AFIC is a joint service organization established by the Secretary of the Army at the direction of the Secretary of Defense, and is charged with coordinating all military ceremonial support traditionally including musical units, marching bands, color guards, firing details and salute batteries.

Base: Washington

State: District Of Columbia (DC)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Jim Varhegyi, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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01/02/2001
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