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Honor Guard training

Staff Sgt. Javaris Warthen, Robins Air Force Base Honor Guard flight sergeant/trainer, leads firing party practice with members of the team. While its members are often seen rendering military honors at veteran’s funerals or posting colors at various ceremonies, the Honor Guard does far more, with a greater reach than just Middle Georgia.

PHOTO BY: Misuzu Allen
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