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.
After introductions, Major Ono's family and friends were escorted to the Rotunda in The National Archives Museum. The promotion ceremony began with the playing of the National Anthem. Colonel Puri, The Presiding Officer, discussed Major Ono's military career and how he has been an asset to the Air Force branch.
Happiness was the overall feel of Major Ono's promotion ceremony. You can see the happiness on his face.
The room was called to attention and the Promotion Orders were read.
After reading the Promotion Order, Major Ono's family was called forward to put on his new rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He then was administered the Oath of Office in front the of The United States Constitution.
Following the Oath of Office, Lieutenant Colonel Ono addressed his friends and family and thanked them for fighting the Washington D.C. morning traffic rush to attend his promotion ceremony at The National Archives.
Following the ceremony, Mr. Adams, gave Lieutenant Colonel Ono's family details about the Bill of Rights, The Constitution, and The Declaration of Independence.
Mr. Adams, also pointed out the Abraham Lincoln outline in the cloud on one of the murals. Can you spot it?
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