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*Available to Tomb Guards
Port Authority Panel Tote Bag with SHGTUS Logo BG5160
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Port Authority Panel Tote Bag BG 5160
This tote bag has a secure zippered top and adjustable webbed handles for easy carrying.
- 600 denier polyester canvas
- Zippered top opening
- Large from pocket
- Adjustable webbed handles
- Pen holder loops
- Two side mesh pockets
- Large front slip pocket
- Dimensions: 14.875’’ high by 13.25’’ wide by 5.125’’ deep.
- 1,010 cubic inches of storage space
The bags can be ordered in either black/hunter green, black/Red, black/royal blue or black/stone, and can be embroidered with one of four available full color logos: Tomb Guard Badge, Society Badge logo or Associate Member logo, or the Centennial logo. Each logo measures 3.5’’ in diameter. Each bag is embroidered to order and will ship directly from our embroiderer.
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The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) is able to provide our programs, events, assistance, scholarships, and services due to the generosity of its members, organizations, and individuals. SHGTUS does not receive institutional funding. Note: The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your contributions may be fully tax deductible.
Did you know?
Do you guard in a blizzard or a bad thunderstorm?
YES, but the accomplishment of the mission and welfare of the Soldier are never put at risk. The Tomb Guards have contingencies that are ready to be executed if the weather conditions ever place the Soldiers at risk of injury or death (i.e. lightning, high winds, etc). This ensures that Sentinels can continue the mission while ensuring safety. It is the responsibility of the Chain of Command from the Sergeant of the Guard to the Regimental Commander to ensure mission accomplishment and soldier welfare at all times.
It was erroneously reported that during Hurricane Isabel, the Sentinels were ordered to abandon their posts for shelter and that they refused. No such order was ever given. All proper precautions were taken to ensure the safety of the Sentinels while accomplishing their mission. Risk assessments are constantly conducted by the Chain of Command during changing conditions to ensure that soldier welfare is maintained during mission accomplishment.