Posts Tagged ‘arlington national cemetery’

“Hudson Valley Honor Flight #6…” 18•Oct.•14


Accompanied my fourth Hudson Valley Honor Flight to Washington, DC, Arlington National Cemetery and the Iwo Jima / Marine Corps Memorial last Saturday. It was my third mission this year and the inaugural flight day from Westchester County Airport in White Plains, NY. You can view more images from the flight HERE over on the […]

“Hudson Valley Honor Flight #5…” 9•27•14


Worked again in Washington, DC & Arlington, VA last weekend documenting my third Hudson Valley Honor Flight (HVHF) from Stewart International Airport. You can view the main gallery from the trip over on the main site’s archive by clicking HERE. I will be adding more images from the day spent with nearly 100 WWII Veterans […]

“Arlington…” April 26, 2014


An inspecting officer (right) with the United States Army’s 3rd Infantry Regiment Honor Guard or “Old Guard” inspects the rifle of a sentry during a changing of the guard ceremony at the Tomb of he Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA on Saturday, April 26, 2014.  © Spent the day working for […]

Memorial Day 2013.


To commemorate Memorial Day today, here are a few favorites from trips to Washington, DC and Arlington, VA in 2004 and 2005.  Semper Fi.  ~cg WASHINGTON, DC.  A white carnation rests against the names engraved into the black granite panels at the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Washington, DC on Tuesday, September 14, 2004. 58,226 names […]

"Memorial Day…"


Today is Memorial Day. So much more than cookouts, ballgames and day trips to the beach, lake or catching another blowout holiday sale at the dreaded local mall. Don’t think so, ask any family member who’s lost a loved one… Semper fi. ~cg.

"ANC…" April • 2005

ARLINGTON, VA. Horse drawn caisson with the US Army Honor Guard sentries of the 3rd. US Infantry, known as “The Old Guard” proceeding after a military honors funeral in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA on Monday, April 18, 2005. © CHET GORDON / THE IMAGE WORKS A story broke yesterday out of Washington about […]