Air Force Promotion Ceremony at The National Archives Museum
Promotion Ceremonies at The National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. is a special place for many military members and their families. I've had clients from all of the United States travel to Washington D.C. to conduct their military ceremony at this venue simply because of the mystique.
As a military member, we swear our allegiance to the United States Constitution and the National Archives is where the Constitution is housed. This is why many members seek to have their ceremony at this venue.
The ceremony began with the the highlights of Capt Flatz's military career and why he was an excellent candidate for promotion.
The room was called to attention and the promotion orders was read.
Captain Flatz's family was called forward to pin on the rank of Major. Followed by the military tradition of the re-administering of the Oath of Office.
What a privilege and honor to have the United States Constitution within arms reach as you take the Oath of Office.
Following the promotion ceremony inside the Rotunda of The National Archives Museum, we headed outside to take family portraits.
Do you have an upcoming ceremony at the National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. and you're in search of a professional photographer to document your event? I would be honored to photograph your event. As a veteran and military spouse, I understand the importance of these ceremony and the value they hold. I would love to speak with you about photographing your event. I may be reached by telephone at (571) 250-5073 or online at the Contact Tamieka page.
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