Album for Air Force Promotion Ceremony
The National Archives is a great place to visit and have military promotion ceremonies like this Air Force Officer who visited from London, England to have her ceremony, and for good reason. It's full of historical documents and photos from our nation's history, including the Declaration of Independence and Constitution. You can even take tours that show you around the building itself!
However, this venue for military ceremony is a great place to create a beautiful Heirloom Album to celebrate your promotion ceremony. It's an album full of pictures from the promotion ceremony of an Air Force officer at The National Archives in Washington DC. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy looking at these awesome photos of the inside of America's most famous museum!
The National Archives
You may be wondering what the National Archives is. The National Archives is a museum and working space located in Washington DC. It holds millions of documents, photographs, films, and videos that reflect the history of America. The National Archives also provides online resources for researching family history. It is also a highly sought-after location for many military members from around the world hoping to have their military promotion or retirement ceremony. This includes many Air Force members such as Major Zanic.
Review of the Ceremony
This Air Force promotion ceremony was held at The National Archives in Washington DC. Major Zanic traveled from London, England to the United States to have her promotion ceremony to the grade of Major. It was the first time many of her family members had visited the museum.
The National Archives limit how many people can be in attendance to military ceremony. It usually 20-25 people only. The limit the amount, because as a member getting promoted in the museum you have access to the venue prior to the public opening.
Air Force Promotion
The ceremony itself was a bit of a blur, but it was an exciting time to be part of the Air Force. After all, we had just beat back the invasion of Covid and the world was starting to get its feet back under it. It felt like a new beginning for everyone.
In attendance were several other officers and family members wanting to celebrate Major Zanic on her promotion.
This is an album worth looking at!
This is an album worth looking at! Not only is it customized based on the members desires it is unique. As you flip through the pages of this album, you'll see that many of these pictures are unique and printed directly onto the album pages. This album will grow and become more valuable as time goes on. In addition, it will become a family treasure.
This luxurious album is a combination of two leathers: Wedgewood and Cloudy Day. This album consists of 20 portraits from Major Zanic’s promotion ceremony at The National Archives. The portraits are printed directly onto the album pages. In addition, it has UV proprietary coating protection to prevent the fading of your portraits and protects it from moisture, fingerprints, and scratches.
Client’s love having the portraits printed onto the pages because it unlike a retail family album with the Velcro peel back pages. The album has thick rigid pages that are a quarter of inch thick.
Size: 8”x 8”
Materials Used: Cloudy Day (Accent Material)
I hope you enjoyed this album of an Air Force Officer's promotion ceremony at The National Archives. It was a great experience to see how the solemn occasion is marked and honored by military personnel who have served our country with distinction.
If you have an upcoming promotion ceremony at the National Archives and desire professional photography, I would be honored to photograph your next military promotion ceremony. Call (571) 250-5073 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s arrange photography coverage for your event.
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