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width="298" The DAV Black Mountain - Chapter #12 Honor Guard sets a standard for others to follow; maintaining the time honored of giving recognition men and women who sacrificed so much to preserve and protect our nation's freedoms the recognition they deserve upon passing.  


Members of our Honor guard are not ‘playing soldier'. They represent honoring sacrifices and giving recognition for fellow Veterans. At funerals, the folded American Flag is presented to a loved one as a token of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service of a Veteran who has gone to his final roll call.

While this is a sacred and honorable service performed, our chapter Honor Guard is about so much more! It represents practiced commitment, character, sacrifice and dedicated service at many public events as well. We are honored to currently have the only all Women Honor Guard in the entire DAV.

Did You Know?...

On March 21, 2021 at Arlington National Cemetery, Military heritage truly evolved.  At the Millennium Project section of the cemetery, a ceremonial burial was conducted. For the first time in United States Air Force history, everyone saw a pallbearer team of four women and two men.

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