Army's Old Guard preserves tradition at Arlington Cemetery
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Army's Old Guard preserves tradition at Arlington Cemetery

The U.S. Army's 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, the Old Guard, is known for its precision and exacting attention to detail. In their ceremonial duties at Arlington Cemetery, they often represent the armed forces to the public. (Christian Davenport/The Washington Post)

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