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King of Montenegro inspecting Guard of Honor. Beauquesne, France.]

Field Marshal Haig and Foch inspecting guard of honor. Advanced G.H.Q

General Birdwood and Clemenceau inspecting guard of honor. Lille

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - West Point Cadets act as Honor Guard to nations heroes on parade. The Twenty Seventh Division in part who paraded along 5th Avenue are passing a section of giant grandstand and Guard of Honor, composed of West Point Cadets

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - Governor Whitman of New York arriving at the reviewing stand, Riverside Drive, New York, the Old Guard, the escort on the right, the Veteran Corps of Artillery, Guard of Honor, on the right

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Great 27th Division Parade. Reviewing Stand at 82d street and Fifth Avenue, Governor Smith and Mayor Hylan in stand. West Point Cadets Guard of Honor, as men of the heroic 27th pass by

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - West Point Cadets, the Guard of Honor during the 27th Division parade, in front of reviewing stand

Ceremonies and Parades - 10,000 soldiers attend field mass at Camp Gordon on Palm Sunday, 1918. The right Reverand Bishop Keiley of Savannah, Ga. Passing the Guard of Honor on his way to the alter. Bishop Keiley officiated at the military mass held in the open at Camp Gordon of Palm Sunday. Over ten thousand soldiers attended

Ceremonies and Parades - Guard of Honor, Camp Jackson, Columbia, S.C

Photograph of Girls of the National Honor Guard on an Errand of Mercy

Photograph of Honor Guard and Spectators at United Nations Ceremony at National Archives

Photograph of United Nations Ceremony at the National Archives, Honor Guard of Boy Scouts, and Spectators

Vice President Richard Nixon reviews an honor guard upon arrival in Kabul

Photograph of Honor Guard on Speakers Platform, Ceremony Lighting the National Archives Building

Photograph of Guard of Honor at Ceremony Lighting the National Archives Building

President John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister of Great Britain, Harold Macmillan, Inspect Honor Guard Troops

060805-N-3271W-010 (Aug. 5, 2006)US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman 1ST Class (HM1) Angela Downing (right) sings the National Anthem while a USN Honor Guard holds the Colors during opening ceremonies for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) Kroger 200 at O'Reilly Raceway Park, Indianapolis (IN). The Sailors are present in Indianapolis in conjunction with Navy Week. Twenty-six such weeks are planned in cities throughout the US arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO). NAVCO is a unit tasked with enhancing the Navy brand image in areas with limited exposure to the Navy.U.S. Navy official photo by CHIEF Mass Communication SPECIALIST Gary Ward (RELEASED)

Honor Guard Carrying Harry S. Truman's Casket

Ex-POW and unidentified U.S. Air Force COL expresses his gratitude to the crowd of well wishers at the flight line microphones. In the background are LGEN William G. Moore Jr., and the Clark AB Honor Guard

Former POW and U.S. Air Force LCOL Daniel James Doughty (Captured 2 Apr 67) walks to a waiting bus, pass the honor guard, after the nighttime arrival at Scott. LCOL Doughty was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

An unidentified U.S. Air Force Major and former Prisoner of War walks the red carpet, past the honor guard, to the plane that will return him to the United States

Former POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Richard Eugene Bolstad (Captured 6 Nov 65) at the microphone salutes the people who came to greet his return. GEN Paul Carlton, Commander, Military Airlift Command stands to the left and the Honor Guard to the right. MAJ Bolstad and LCOL Doughty were released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

U.S. Air Force CPT Terry M. Geloneck (Captured 22 Dec 72) former Prisoners of War, is hugged and welcomed home by his wife as the Air Force Honor Guard stands in the background. CPT Gelonick was released in Hanoi by the North Vietnamese on February 12, 1973 and then flown to Clark Air Base, Philippines for a medical check-up and then to Travis

In front of the Honor Guard, ex-POW and U.S.Navy CMDR Frederick Raymond Purrington (Captured 20 Oct 66), salutes the press and well wishers prior to boarding the C-141 Starlifter that will transport him to the United States. LCMDR Purrington released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 18 Feb 73

U.S. Air Force ex-POWs, CPT Edward J. Mechenbier, (Captured 14 Jun 67) and CPT Kevin J. McManus (Captured 14 Jun 67) salute the Honor Guard colors on the flight line prior to boarding the C-141 Starlifter for the flight to the United States. Both men were released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 18 Feb 73

Ex-POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Jay R. Jensen (Captured 18 Feb 67) salutes the Honor Guard colors after arriving on the bus, in the background, and prior to boarding a C-141 Starlifter for the flight to the United States. MAJ Jensen was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 18 Feb 73

Ex-POW and COL James Helms Kasler (Captured 8 Aug 66) walks from the bus with13th Air Force Commander, LGEN William G. Moore Jr. Clark Honor Guard in background. COL Kasler was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

President Richard Nixon Bidding Farewell to South Vietnam's President Nguyen Van Thieu at the Door to the Air Force One Helicopter, Flanked by an Honor Guard on the Helipad of the Western White House, La Casa Pacifica, in San Clemente, California

Escorted by Deng Xiao Ping, President Gerald Ford Inspects the Honor Guard at Peking Capital Airport upon His Arrival in China

The caskets of Major (MAJ) Arthur G. Bonifas and First Lieutenant (1LT) Mark T. Barrett are placed in vans by a US Army military police honor guard. The officers were attacked and killed by a group of North Korean guards during an incident in the Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Korea, on August 18,1976

The caskets of Major (MAJ) Arthur G. Bonifas and First Lieutenant (1LT) Mark T. Barrett are carried from a C-130 Hercules aircraft by a US Army military police honor guard. The officers were attacked and killed by a group of North Korean guards during an incident in the Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Korea, on August 18,1976

An Air Force honor guard stands at attention while pallbearers carry the casket of an MIA away from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. The C-141 transported the remains of POW's and MIA's from North Vietnam

An Air Force honor guard stands at attention while pallbearers carry the casket of an MIA away from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. The C-141 transported the remains of POW's and MIA's from North Vietnam

An Air Force honor guard stands at attention while the casket of an MIA from North Vietnam is removed from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft

An Air Force honor guard waits for the arrival of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft carrying the remains of POW's and MIA's from North Vietnam

An Air Force honor guard pallbearers carrying the casket of an MIA away from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft are framed by a saluting arm. The C-141 transported the remains of POW's and MIA's from North Vietnam

An Air Force honor guard stands at attention while the casket of an MIA from North Vietnam is removed from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft

An Air Force honor guard salutes the flags as they are paraded alongside a C-141 Starlifter that transported the remains of POW's and MIA's from North Vietnam

An Air Force honor guard honors a visiting Columbian official

Honor Guard pallbearers undrape a U.S. flag from the casket of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James in preparation for Requiem Mass by priests. The funeral is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University

Honor Guard horse casket carriers lead the procession at Arlington National Cemetery during burial service for GEN Daniel (Chappie) James. Funeral services were conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University

Funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Honor Guard members carry the casket from a C-141 on arrival

Funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Close-up view of an Honor Guard member as Guard pallbearers (in the background) carry the casket from a C-141 on arrival

Honor Guard pallbearers undrape a U.S. flag from the casket before the burial at Arlington National Cemetery of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James. The funeral was conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University

Honor Guard pallbearers watch over the casket on an aisle during the funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James, being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University

Honor guard horse casket carriers lead the procession at the Arlington National Cemetery during the burial services of GEN. Daniel (Chappie) James. The funeral was conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University

Funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Honor Guard members stand by as Guard pallbearers carry the casket from a C-141 on arrival

Funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception of Catholic University. Honor guard pallbearers watch over the casket on an aisle

Funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Honor Guard horse casket carriers lead the procession in Arlington National Cemetery

Funeral of GEN Daniel (Chappie) James is being conducted in the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Honor Guard horse casket carriers lead the procession in Arlington National Cemetery

A Marine honor guard stands atop the triple Mark 16 6-inch/47-caliber gun turret of the guided missile cruiser USS OKLAHOMA CITY (CG 5). The ship has just returned to port from the Pacific Missile Test Range, where it conducted the final firing by the United States Navy of the Talos surface-to-air guided missile

Crewmen line the rails and a Marine honor guard stands atop the six-inch gun turret as the guided missile cruiser USS OKLAHOMA CITY (CG 5) approaches the Golden Gate Bridge. The ship is returning from the Pacific Missile Test Range, after the United States Navy conducted its final firing of the Talos surface-to-air guided missile

The honor guard moves into position prior to departure ceremonies for Egyptian Vice President Hosni Mubarak after his visit to the United States

Honor guard members perform drills during a special ceremony. Bi-monthly Aerospace Audio Visual Service PHOTO Contest, B&W Entry, Jul. 1980

A Marine color guard salutes Vice Premier Geng Biao of China during a ceremony in his honor

A joint services honor guard participates in a ceremony honoring the prisoners of war from the Vietnam era

The Lennon Sisters meet the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard during their visit to Washington for a Christmas concert at D.A.R. Constitution Hall

A Japanese honor guard participates in welcoming ceremonies for Secretary of Defense Harold Brown and US Ambassador Mike Mansfield. They are arriving in Japan for a meeting with the Japanese Defense Agency

An Air Force member of the All-Service Honor Guard stands with his rifle at the position of port arms during pre-inauguration day activities

The Air Force Honor Guard folds the flag from the coffin of Michael Hammer, killed in San Salvador while assigned there as AFL-CIO labor specialist for the State Department, during the graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery

The Air Force Honor Guard carries the flag-draped coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, to the hearse after memorial service at the chapel

The Air Force Honor Guard carries the coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, to the grave site at Arlington National Cemetery after memorial services at the Fort Myer chapel

The Air Force Honor Guard prepares to fold the flag from the coffin of Michael Hammer, a former AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department. The flag will be presented to the widow

The Air Force Honor Guard brings the coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, from the chapel at the conclusion of memorial services

The Air Force Honor Guard pays honor to Michael Hammer, former AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, during funeral services

The Air Force Honor Guard fires a 21-gun salute at the conclusion of the graveside funeral service at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard takes part in the graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, killed in San Salvador while assigned there as AFL-CIO labor specialist for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard takes part in Graveside memorial services at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, former AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard fires a 21-gun salute at the conclusion of the graveside funeral service at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard folds the flag from the coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, to be presented to the widow at the conclusion of the graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery

The Air Force Honor Guard carries the coffin of Michael Hammer, killed in San Salvador while assigned there as AFL-CIO labor specialist for the State Department, to the hearse after the funeral services at the chapel

The Air Force Honor Guard carries the flag-draped coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, into the chapel for the memorial services

Secretary of State Edmund Muskie and Vice President Walter Mondale, center, pay their respects at the funeral for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department. The Air Force Honor Guard is taking part in the service

The Air Force Honor Guard takes part in the graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, killed in San Salvador while assigned there as AFL-CIO labor specialist for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard and guests at the funeral for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, into the chapel for the memorial services

Vice President Walter Mondale, center, pays his respects at the funeral for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department. The Air Force Honor Guard is taking part in the service

SGT Mildred Cox-Parks and A1C Rochelle Spoelstra, Air Force Presidential Honor Guard, serve as stand-in during an Inauguration Day rehearsal at the Capitol

A woman soldier and other members of the all-service honor guard stand on the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Day. The formation is used when dignitaries enter or leave the U.S. Capitol

An Air Force member of the All-Service Honor Guard stands with his rifle in the salute position, present arms, President Ronald W. Reagan, his wife and the presidential party descend the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Day

The inter-service honor guard marches away from the back of the U.S. Capitol building on Inauguration Day

Air Force Presidential Honor Guard members A1C Milton Flowers (left), and Shaun Squyers usher spectators to their seats, prior to the swearing-in ceremony for President Ronald Reagan

The all-service honor guard lines the specially-built walkway as President Ronald W. Reagan and his wife walk to the White House. The president is followed by his permanent aide, Marine Corps Major John Kline

The commanding officer of the Joint Services Honor Guard of the Military District of Washington is followed by the officers in charge of the five military service honor guards during the inaugural parade down Pennsylvania Avenue

Three Army members of the All-Service Honor Guard lead the way as the guard marches away from the steps of the U.S. Capitol. One of the three is the sergeant in charge

The inter-service honor guard as they march away from the back of the Capitol during rehearsal for Inauguration Day

The all-service honor guard salutes as the Marine Band, "The President's Own," plays and the guests stand during the ceremony at the U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Day

Air Force honor guard members carry the U.S. and Philippine flags during a ceremony in front of Iolani Palace commemorating Philippine emigration to Hawaii

A Marine Corps color guard presents the colors during the ground breaking ceremony for the new Naval Regional Medical Center. The Marines are armed with M14 rifles. Guests standing on the speaker's platform pay honor to the colors

CDR Henry Strickland, front, and Sen. John C. Stennis, D-Mississippi, review the honor guard from the guided missile destroyer USS CHANDLER (DDG-995) prior to the ship's commissioning ceremony. Stennis is the principal speaker and Strickland will assume command of the CHANDLER during the ceremony

An inter-service honor guard carries the body of retired five-star GEN Omar N. Bradley, USA, to his grave site, at Arlington Cemetery

The remains of General of the Army Omar Bradley are carried from a VC-137 Stratoliner aircraft by the honor guard at the ceremony

An honor guard, holding flags of NATO countries, perform at a ceremony for NATO commanders, who are leaving at the end of their visit to the United States

COL Valeria F. Hilgart, chief of staff, stands in front of the color guard during a retirement parade ceremony held in her honor. COL Hilgart has completed more than 31 years of honorable service in the military. The parade is standing at present arms

A Japanese Air SelF Defense Force honor guard stands on the runway apron to greet LGEN William H. Ginn Jr., commander, United States Forces Japan, during Exercise Cope North '81-3. In the background is a JASDF C-1 medium transport aircraft

A Japanese Air SelF Defense Force honor guard stands on the runway apron to greet LGEN William H. Ginn Jr., commander, United States Forces Japan, during Exercise Cope North '81-3

A Japanese Air SelF Defense Force honor guard stands on the runway apron to greet LGEN William H. Ginn Jr., commander, United States Forces Japan, during Exercise Cope North '81-3. In the background is a JASDF C-1 medium transport aircraft

The U.S. Air Force Presidential Honor Guard Drill Team poses in front of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

The U.S. Air Force Presidential Honor Guard Drill Team poses on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial

The U.S. Air Force Presidential Honor Guard Drill Team poses near a depiction of astronaut Neil Armstrong's first moments on the moon. The depiction is inside the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institute

The U.S. Air Force Presidential Honor Guard Drill Team in formation inside the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts