Tomb Guards Never Forget… Adam Dickmyer
8 years ago
Today marks the two-year anniversary of the loss of Adam Dickmyer. He was killed in action on this day in 2010, in the Kanda-har Province of Afghanistan, protecting our freedoms.
Adam was a husband, son, brother, friend, soldier, and Tomb Guard. He is dearly missed by his family, including all his Tomb Guard brothers. Soldiers never die until they are forgotten, Tomb Guards never forget; #528 - you are not forgotten.
Please visit his in-memory page here to read his obituary and leave a memory or an expression of condolence.
Apply for the 2013 Adam Dickmyer Memorial Scholarship here.
by Dann G. Druen on behalf of all Tomb Guards
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Did you know?
Do you guard all night long, even when the cemetery is closed?
The Tomb is guarded 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In fact, there has been a Sentinel on duty in front of the Tomb every minute of every day since 1937.