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Patriot Honor Guard provides info for proper flag care, maintenance
June 30, 2022
Two-person American flag fold.

59th MDW medic shines as ceremonial guardsman
March 2, 2021

Honor guard service opens Airman's eyes
March 10, 2020
A1C Schneck posing with Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force

Past, Present and Future: JBSA Honor Guard
September 24, 2019
Senior Airman Chyna Roston, 559th Medical Squadron mental health technician, salutes another Joint Base Honor Guardsman while practicing for a funeral service Sept. 9, 2019 at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Before each service performed by JBSA Honor Guard, the detail arrives early to practice the service to ensure perfection before performing in front of the family. (U.S. Air Force photo by: Airman 1st Class Shelby Pruitt)

Veterans not forgotten during the holidays
January 4, 2018
Five hundred packages were delivered to the San Antonio Military Medical Center and Center for the Intrepid, 200 packages went to the Audie L. Murphy Veteran Affairs Hospital, 200 to the Army Residence Community, 200 to the Wounded Warrior Project, and the remaining 100 went to the Join Base San Antonio-Lackland Fisher House.

Air Force Alpha Warriors prepare for ‘Final Battle’
October 20, 2017
Alpha Warrior

Maj. Gen. Spacey leads D.C. Honor Guard in demonstration
July 15, 2017
U.S. Air Force Honor Guard perform for airmen with the 343rd Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas July 7, 2017. The honor guard embodies the Air Force Core Values through their precise movements, discipline and military professionalism. They are based from Washington, D.C. and led by Brig. Gen. Bradley D. Spacy, Installation and Mission Support Center commander.

Volunteer honor guard fills need at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
April 27, 2016
The Fort Sam Houston Memorial Services Detachment is made up of 100 volunteers who perform full military honors for veterans interred at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. The average member's age is 70 and includes veterans from World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars and First and Second Gulf Wars. To date, the MSD has rendered honors at more than 32,000 military funerals.