Congratulations are in order for Lieutenant Colonel Ono. He is one of the Air Force newest promotees. Yesterday morning, Major Ono and his family arrived at the National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. for his promotion ceremony and greeted their friends and guests.
Beautiful blue skies in Washington D.C. with the National Archives Museum in the center...a wonderful sight. It's was the location for today's Air Force Officer promotion ceremony.
It's was a beautiful morning in Washington D.C. today at The National Archives Museum. Beautiful weather and a wonderful moment for family, friends and coworkers to travel to Washington D.C. to celebrate one of the nation's heroes and one of the Air Force's newest Lieutenant Colonels.
We've been experiencing the hottest days this year in Northern Virginia and the surrounding areas. Today was no different; upon arrival in Washington D.C., the temperature was over 80° before 7am. Yes, it was simply hot and let's not talk about the humidity.
Despite all the unbearable heat, Major Morris and his family were excited for the day - as it was his promotion day at the National Archives Museum in Washington D.C.
It was a beautiful blue sky day in Washington D.C.; absolutely perfect weather for an Air Force promotion ceremony at the National Archives Museum. Major Miller and his family arrived to the National Archives and greeted their friends as well as introduce everyone to his Presiding Officer Brigadier General (BG) Hinote.
Congratulations are in order for one of the Air Force newest Lieutenant Colonels (Lt Col). Major Berge arrived at The National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. with his family for his promotion ceremony. Thankfully, Major Berge's family was able to have a beautiful no rain day for his promotion ceremony. (It's been raining in the Northern Virginia and surrounding area for almost two weeks straight).
Prior to entering the museum, Major Berge's family took a few pictures on the steps of the Archives to post on Facebook to share with friends and family.
Yesterday morning was off to a great start in Washington D.C....there was no rain! I arrived to the National Archives Museum to photograph the outside of the museum while I awaited the arrival of my client and their friends and family for a promotion ceremony.
Today, was a beautiful May morning in the nation's Capital. We received a break from the rain and was able to enjoy the beautiful sunshine. Yes, for the last week and a half, Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. has been in the middle of continuous rainfall. Thankfully today, we received a reprieve and was able to enjoy a morning full of bright sun and mild temperatures. Major Young and his family arrived at the National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. and there was excitement all around.
The National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. is a special and highly coveted location to have a military ceremony. Military families have to request availability as soon as possible to ensure they're able to to get their desired date for the promotion, reenlistment, or commissioning ceremony. Yesterday, Major Yerrick has been blessed to received one of those highly prized dates for his promotion ceremony to Lieutenant Colonel. Major Yerrick's family arrived and we were able to photograph them having fun and welcoming their guest prior to their ceremony.
It is always an honor when fellow military spouses or veterans contact me to photograph their families military ceremony at The National Archives in Washington D.C. Today, I had the pleasure of photographing the Fry family. Prior to the start of the promotion ceremony, we took family portraits on the stairs of the museum before the guest arrived. The little guys looked so handsome in their suits and boy ties.
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