Museum spotlights elite Army regiment

Army veteran Michael Holub offered a rousing introduction to one of the Army’s most elite regiments at a June 27 presentation at the museum. A member of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment during his tour of duty in the 1970s, Holub now spreads the word as a spokesperson for the Old Guard Association. Known as the Old Guard, the regiment is based in the nation’s capital and encompasses a variety of highly specialized units, including the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Caisson Platoon, Funeral Casket Teams, Commander-in-Chief’s Guard, Presidential Salute Battery, Old Guard Military Police Company, Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, Continental Color Guard, Army Drill Team and Rifle Firing Party. We’ll be posting a video of the presentation in the near future.

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