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First DC snowfall doesn't hinder Tomb Sentinels

Spc. Jacob Davenport, Sentinel, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, continues his duty through the first major snowfall in the Washington, D.C., area Dec. 8. The inclement weather caused delays in traffic and work calls in the region, but the Tomb Sentinels remained at their post all day and night. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jose a. Torres Jr.)



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This work, First DC snowfall doesn't hinder Tomb Sentinels, by SGT Jose Torres Jr., identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.08.2013

Date Posted:12.09.2013 16:23

Photo ID:1068638

VIRIN:131208-A-ND255-074

Resolution:2278x3132

Size:2.3 MB

Location:ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY, VA, USGlobe

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