U.S. service members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 18, 2008.  The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee carries on a tradition, which dates back more than 200 years, of honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military.  The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place on Jan. 20, 2009.
RMW89X3EU.S. service members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 18, 2008. The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee carries on a tradition, which dates back more than 200 years, of honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military. The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place on Jan. 20, 2009.
18 December 2008 - Washington, DC - U.S. service members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 18, 2008. The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee carries on a tradition, which dates back more than 200 years, of honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military. The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place on Jan. 20, 2009. Photo Credit: D
RM2F0YHR418 December 2008 - Washington, DC - U.S. service members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 18, 2008. The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee carries on a tradition, which dates back more than 200 years, of honoring the new commander-in-chief and recognizing civilian control of the military. The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place on Jan. 20, 2009. Photo Credit: D
Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) members standing-in as the newly-elected officials pay respects as the U.S. Joint Color Guard passes in review on the U.S. Capitol east front in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 11. 2009.  More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration.  (DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Suzanne M. Day, U.S. Air Force/Released) Flickr - The U.S. Army - www.Army.mil (62)
RMHEHNX2Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) members standing-in as the newly-elected officials pay respects as the U.S. Joint Color Guard passes in review on the U.S. Capitol east front in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 11. 2009. More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration. (DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Suzanne M. Day, U.S. Air Force/Released) Flickr - The U.S. Army - www.Army.mil (62)
081218-N-0106C-055 WASHINGTON, D.C. (Dec. 18, 2008) Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory. AFIC is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place Jan. 20, 2009. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel J. Calderon/Released) US Navy 081218-N-0106C-055 Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory
RMHFTW18081218-N-0106C-055 WASHINGTON, D.C. (Dec. 18, 2008) Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory. AFIC is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place Jan. 20, 2009. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel J. Calderon/Released) US Navy 081218-N-0106C-055 Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory
Armed Forces Inaugural Committee AFIC members standing-in as the newly-elected officials pay respects as the U.S. Joint Color Guard passes in review on the U.S. Capitol east front in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 11. 2009.  More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration.   Tech. Sgt. Suzanne M. Day, U.S. Air Force   Servicemembers rehearse for upcoming presidential inauguration  /-news/2009/01/12/15686-servicemembers-rehearse-for-upcoming-presidential-inauguration/
RMEJRMY0Armed Forces Inaugural Committee AFIC members standing-in as the newly-elected officials pay respects as the U.S. Joint Color Guard passes in review on the U.S. Capitol east front in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 11. 2009. More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration. Tech. Sgt. Suzanne M. Day, U.S. Air Force Servicemembers rehearse for upcoming presidential inauguration /-news/2009/01/12/15686-servicemembers-rehearse-for-upcoming-presidential-inauguration/
Washington, DC - January 19, 2009 -- Queen Latifah is about to introduce family members of the United States Army National Guard 261st Signal Brigade to their loved ones deployed in Iraq via satellite at the 'Kids Inaugural: We Are the Future' concert at the Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C., Monday, January 19, 2009.  Michelle Obama, wife of President-elect Barack Obama, along with daughters Malia and Sasha, were in attendance. .Credit: Mark O'Donald - DoD via CNP.
RMJMTXDYWashington, DC - January 19, 2009 -- Queen Latifah is about to introduce family members of the United States Army National Guard 261st Signal Brigade to their loved ones deployed in Iraq via satellite at the 'Kids Inaugural: We Are the Future' concert at the Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C., Monday, January 19, 2009. Michelle Obama, wife of President-elect Barack Obama, along with daughters Malia and Sasha, were in attendance. .Credit: Mark O'Donald - DoD via CNP.
Members of a Navy Reserve unit march along Pennsylvania Avenue during the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Parade in Washington. Mor
RME0JDMYMembers of a Navy Reserve unit march along Pennsylvania Avenue during the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Parade in Washington. Mor
Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) members stand-in as the newly-elected officials for the pass in review rehearsal on the U.S. Capitol east front steps in Washington, DC, USA on January 11, 2009. More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration. Photo by Suzanne M. Day/DOD via ABACAPRESS.COM
RF2E3E26CArmed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) members stand-in as the newly-elected officials for the pass in review rehearsal on the U.S. Capitol east front steps in Washington, DC, USA on January 11, 2009. More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration. Photo by Suzanne M. Day/DOD via ABACAPRESS.COM
Members of Joint Task Force National Capital Region, Presidential Inaugural Committee and federal staff prepare for the 58th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2017. More than 5,000 military members from across all branches of the armed forces of the United States, including reserve and National Guard components, provided ceremonial support and Defense Support of Civil Authorities during the inaugural period.
RMRABENGMembers of Joint Task Force National Capital Region, Presidential Inaugural Committee and federal staff prepare for the 58th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2017. More than 5,000 military members from across all branches of the armed forces of the United States, including reserve and National Guard components, provided ceremonial support and Defense Support of Civil Authorities during the inaugural period.
081218-N-0106C-022 WASHINGTON, D.C. (Dec. 18, 2008) Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory. AFIC is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place Jan. 20, 2009. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel J. Calderon/Released) US Navy 081218-N-0106C-022 Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory
RMHFTW17081218-N-0106C-022 WASHINGTON, D.C. (Dec. 18, 2008) Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory. AFIC is a joint-service organization responsible for providing military ceremonial support to the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place Jan. 20, 2009. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel J. Calderon/Released) US Navy 081218-N-0106C-022 Members of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) participate in a large-scale map exercise at the DC Armory
Members of the joint honor cordon carry weapons at port arms as they get ready at the U.S. Capitol for the 56th Presidential Inauguration to begin in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2009. More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration.   Tech. Sgt. Suzanne M. Day,
RMEJRN07Members of the joint honor cordon carry weapons at port arms as they get ready at the U.S. Capitol for the 56th Presidential Inauguration to begin in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2009. More than 5,000 men and women in uniform are providing military ceremonial support to the presidential inauguration, a tradition dating back to George Washington's 1789 inauguration. Tech. Sgt. Suzanne M. Day,
U.S. Coast Guard Lcdr. Johna Rossetti, a Yucca Valley, Calif. native, joined the Joint Task Force - National Capital Region (JTF-NCR) in support of the 58th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place Jan. 20, 2017.  The task force is charged with coordinating all military ceremonial support for the inaugural period. As a joint service committee, it includes members from all branches of the United States Armed Forces, including Reserve and National Guard components.
RMRJCENWU.S. Coast Guard Lcdr. Johna Rossetti, a Yucca Valley, Calif. native, joined the Joint Task Force - National Capital Region (JTF-NCR) in support of the 58th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place Jan. 20, 2017. The task force is charged with coordinating all military ceremonial support for the inaugural period. As a joint service committee, it includes members from all branches of the United States Armed Forces, including Reserve and National Guard components.