Slideshow: Fort Jackson celebrates Independence Day with Torchlight Tattoo

By Wallace McBride, Fort Jackson LeaderJuly 10, 2014

A Soldier holds a torch representing one of the 50 states and related territories during Fort Jackson's Torchlight Tattoo ceremony July 4, 2014 at Hilton Field.
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The 282nd Army Band provided the music for Fort Jackson's Torchlight Tattoo ceremony July 4, 2014, at Hilton Field.
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Soldiers pass a beach ball around in the hours leading up to Fort Jackson's Torchlight Tattoo ceremony and fireworks display July 4, 2014, at Hilton Field.
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Soldiers hold torches representing the 50 states and related territories that make up the United States during Fort Jackson's Torchlight Tattoo ceremony, which took place July 4, 2014, shortly after nightfall.
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Soldiers watch the fireworks display during Fort Jackson's Torchlight Tattoo ceremony July 4, 2014, at Hilton Field.
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A Soldier holds a torch representing one of the 50 states and related territories during Fort Jackson's Torchlight Tattoo ceremony July 4, 2014 at Hilton Field.
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