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Limited Edition Michael Solovey TUS Print
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Limited Edition Solovey Print
This is a limited edit art print created by artist Michael Solovey. Attached you will find a PDF containing a detailed description of his work, and the recent screen grabs of the next phase of design. The Society worked with Michael as he was deployed to capture TUS100 in a unique way, focusing on the Unknown Soldiers from each generation. After multiple revisions, the print is in the final stages of design, with a planned release date before the Reunion.
Michael will be joining us at the Reunion to talk about his work and the process behind what he does. We should have prints on hand if you wish to purchase them at that time. Please don't wait and reserve your print by placing your order now. Orders will begin shipping out as soon as they are available. Estimated availability is in early November. Stock is limited limited to 200 prints.
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Did you know?
Is it true after two years, the guard is given a wreath pin that is worn on their lapel signifying they served as Guard of the Tomb, that there are only 600 presently worn, and that the Guard must obey these rules for the rest of their lives or give up the wreath pin?
The Tomb Guard Identification Badge (TGIB) is awarded after the Sentinel passes a series of tests. The TGIB is permanently awarded after a Sentinel has served nine months as a Sentinel at the Tomb. Over 600 have been awarded since its creation in the late 1950's (on average 10 per year). And while the TGIB can be revoked, the offense must be such that it discredits the Tomb of the Unknowns. Revocation is at the 3rd Infantry Regimental Commander’s discretion and can occur while active duty or even when the Sentinel is a civilian. The TGIB is a full size award, worn on the right pocket of the uniform jacket, not a lapel pin.