WASHINGTON, D.C. — – Airman 1st Class Damion Myrie, a heavy equipment operator at the 201st Red Horse Squadron, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa., was one of the many National Guardsmen providing crowd control support at the Presidential Inauguration. The 57th Presidential Inauguration was held in Washington D.C. on Monday, January 21, 2013. During the 10-day inaugural period approximately 6,000 National Guard personnel from over 30 states and territories worked for Joint Task Force-District of Columbia, providing traffic control, crowd management, transportation, co

WASHINGTON, D.C. — – Airman 1st Class Damion Myrie, a heavy equipment operator at the 201st Red Horse Squadron, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa., was one of the many National Guardsmen providing crowd control support at the Presidential Inauguration.  The 57th Presidential Inauguration was held in Washington D.C. on Monday, January 21, 2013.   During the 10-day inaugural period approximately 6,000 National Guard personnel from over 30 states and territories worked for Joint Task Force-District of Columbia, providing traffic control, crowd management, transportation, co Stock Photo
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — – Airman 1st Class Damion Myrie, a heavy equipment operator at the 201st Red Horse Squadron, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa., was one of the many National Guardsmen providing crowd control support at the Presidential Inauguration. The 57th Presidential Inauguration was held in Washington D.C. on Monday, January 21, 2013. During the 10-day inaugural period approximately 6,000 National Guard personnel from over 30 states and territories worked for Joint Task Force-District of Columbia, providing traffic control, crowd management, transportation, communication, medical and logistical support as well as marching in the Inaugural Parade. More than 13,000 Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve military members were involved in the inauguration. Since 1789, the U.S. Armed Forces have participated in this important American tradition honoring our Commander in Chief. The parade is organized by the Joint Task Force-National Capital Region, and participants are selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee. The 193rd Special Operations Wing is home to several Regional Support Group including the 201st Red Horse Squadron. The 201st directly support combat air power and provide Commander in Chiefs (CINCs), Federal and State authorities a flexible, well-rounded, heavy construction and repair capability anytime, anywhere. (Official U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sgt. Eric Miller/ New York Air National Guard)

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