Air Force Promotion Ceremony at National Archives
Congratulations to one of the Air Force's newest Colonels - Colonel Stevens. We meet in Washington DC at The National Archives Museum for Colonel Steven's promotion ceremony. The ceremony was held in the Rotunda of the museum beside the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Prior to the start of the promotion ceremony, friends and family were able to walk around the Rotunda and view the documents and the two murals. To the surprise of many, one of the documents has a visible hand print. The usual conversation ensues "who's hand print is it?".
The ceremony was called to order with the singing of The National Anthem.
Several family members played a part in pinning on the Colonel (full bird) ranking.
As an Air Force veteran and military spouse, I've extremely familiar with the custom and courtesies of a military ceremony. If you're in need of a photographer to photograph your promotion or retirement ceremony, don't hesitate to contact me. I would be honored to speak with you about photographing your event. I can be reached via telephone at (571) 250-5073 or email at email@example.com.
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