Air Force Promotion Ceremony at National Archives - Day
It was a beautiful day in Washington D.C. for an Air Force promotion ceremony at The National Archives; even the little ducklings thought so. They came out for a walk with their Mom. They wanted to stroll the streets of D.C. so much, Mom wanted to walk them down Constitution Avenue. Of course, we walked out in traffic to help protect them. All of this happened before Captain Day arrived for his promotion ceremony.
After all the outdoor excitement, Captain Day and his family and friends proceed into the National Archives Museum for his ceremony. His Major rank was pinned on my his wife and parents.
It is Air Force Tradition to have the Oath of Office administered after getting promoted and Major Day continued that tradition. He was sworn in standing in front of the United States Constitution as his family and friends looked on.
Once the ceremony was complete, Major Day was congratulated and posed for pictures.
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