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Love and Other Disasters: These Boots Are Made for Walking
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Imagine Imagine there's no heaven It's easy if you try No hell below…
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@Chuck Taylor "If visitors cannot honor clear, well-defined rules of conduct, then their best course of action would be to stay away.

The guards would say COME! Come and let us demonstrate to you the proper atmosphere which engenders contemplation and invites honor to be given to the unknown.

There are no "clear, well-defined rules of conduct" posted or given out at the tomb. How can you explain a SILENCE, during the changing of the guard, which is so devoid of the least sound that you can hear your own heartbeat, and which dares you to make the slightest move.
When those "visitors cannot honor clear, well-defined rules of conduct" enter the solemnity of the Tomb Plaza, they quieten themselves so they can HEAR the clicks of the heels of the guards as they make their turns. They want to HEAR the tap of the heels of the Relief Commander. They watch in rapt attention, as he meticulously inspects the guards weapons.

Then he realizes and learns that..."This is a serious, and solemn place." And he will never forget it.

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Jim Clark

I have been to the Tomb several times and it never fails to bring tears to this old vet's eyes. Much respect for the Old Guard.



Aidah Di Leoni

@Theresa Reynolds Thank you for your wonderfully kind words. I’m in awe that your son is training for Sentinel Duty at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. What a great honor. Your son in Germany has a very serious duty guarding the American Embassy. You must be a very proud mother. When you speak to your sons tell them that a woman Vietnam Era Navy WAVE Veteran is very proud of them and honorably Salutes them and Semper Fi.
Back in 1983 in Newport, Rhode Island I was the Queen of the Marine Corps at The Naval War College. Wow! Those were the days my friend.

Theresa Reynolds

Thank you for your service, no, I'm not thanking you for your service, I'm thanking you for protecting me and everyone else in this country, Vet's give so more then what they have, you sacrificed everything you had for people you don't even know. I have 2 grandsons in the Marine's one is here stateside and the other is Frankfurt Germany guarding the US Embassy, the one is Frankfurt is also going through training to be a Sentinel at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, he said that's the best way to show respect to those that gave their lives for us.


When I visit Arlington, always visit Audie Murphy's resting place, which is just across the road for the Unknowns Amphitheater.

I have been struck by the reverence that visitors usually have.

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Deadest of Hats

I got to participate in the wreath laying ceremony with the guard when I was a kid. We got drilled on the procedure for a good solid 30 minutes and then were drilled in rehearsal, too. Never once a wasted motion or word, complete gravity and focus. These guys are no joke and they take their duty incredibly seriously. Hats off to them.

Deadest of Hats

@Watercloset "Drilled" and thank you for your valuable but incorrect contribution to the convo.

Virginia Lawler

@Watercloset Where did you get "grilled"? It's a bit harsh to call someone a liar just when you are making your own mistake.


Liar....wreath layers are not grilled, they are instructed, but it isn't for 1/2 hour.

Mike Klimczak

These people seem to forget that they're at a cemetery, not a theme park. Be respectful or don't come at all.

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