Public Affairs Committee Update
1 month ago
Over the remaining months of 2022 you will see a change in how the newsletter is distributed to our membership. Gavin McIlvenna (1997-98) will be stepping down as the Public Affairs Committee Chair and Newsletter Senior Editor. Daniel Yeadon, Life Associate Member and former Old Guardsman, will be taking over as the Public Affairs Director and will guide our social media footprint starting on January 1, 2023.
For those who do not have email addresses on file with the Society, you will still receive a newsletter in the mail. The content and frequency may change or be reduced.
For all other members you will need to check the “News” section of the main website for updates and information that you would normally see in the newsletter. These may arrive at the end of a quarter, or as the information becomes available.
Our Webmaster is working on a link where you can sign up and receive notices via email when news is published on the website. Until then, visit: Society of the Honor Guard | News (tombguard.org) for the latest news, and of course keep an eye on our FaceBook page: Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier | Facebook
With a heavy heart, we inform you of the passing of a U.S. Navy Veteran, Thomas Spivey, on August 19, 2022. Petty Officer Third Class Tom Spivey was an 18-year-old fireman with a place in history as...
On October 29, at the invitation of the Carrollton Manor Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Richard Azzaro (Co-Founder of SHGTUS) and Charles “Cochise”...
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What is the process to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier?
Wreath laying ceremonies are conducted thousands of times each year by many organizations. If you are going soon, there is likely no availability for conducting this ceremony as the slots fill up at least six months in advance. Please visit arlingtoncemetery.mil for more detailed information and to request that honor if you are part of an organization planning a visit.
Wreaths are provided or arranged to be delivered by the public. All questions you may have about that ceremony can be answered on the ANC website or through the cemetery staff.