Civil Air Patrol Honor Guard coming back to Juneau

The Civil Air Patrol Honor Guard coming back to Juneau.

Cadet Senior Airman Adam Murphy with the Civil Air Patrol, which is the official Air Force auxiliary, is working on training some other cadets to be ready for various ceremonies. The training will consist of pall bearers, colors, rifle team and parades.

Murphy is hoping to get the honor guard trained in four to 10 months; you have to be currently in Civil Air Patrol to get the training.

If you require a honor guard or have questions, contact Murphy at Zippingb@gmail.com.

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