Soldiers Still Vigilant at Tomb of Unknowns in Spite of Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Irene didn’t deter them, either.

This picture, which was taken in September during another storm, shows what they do every day:

“Through the years of diligence and praise and the discomfort of the elements, I will walk my tour in humble reverence to the best of my ability.”

From ABC News:

An inspirational picture making the rounds on the Internet today is reminding people of the service of the elite soldiers who guard Arlington Cemetery’s Tomb of the Unknowns in any kind of weather, even during Hurricane Sandy.   That the picture was actually taken in September is another matter, because even as Hurricane Sandy makes its way along the Eastern seaboard, soldiers are there, guarding the tomb in the fierce wind and rain.

Tomb Sentinels from the Army’s 3rd Infantry Regiment’s “The Old Guard” have guarded the Tomb for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year regardless of the weather, since 1948.

 

As you read this, they are still guarding the tomb.

 

DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY.

3 thoughts on “Soldiers Still Vigilant at Tomb of Unknowns in Spite of Hurricane Sandy”

  1. SARG…they are not doing their duty to country…

    THEY ARE DOING THEIR DUTY TO THEIR BROTHERS IN ARMS…PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE…

    fuck obama…

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