America's Corps Honors 100 years of Courage.

By Sgt. 1st Class Matthew RyanAugust 14, 2018

Flag bears fold the American Flag in front of the I Corps headquarters building during the "100 years of Courage" ceremony held on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, August 9th, 2018.The ceremony was to honor those who served and dedicated themselves over the past 100 years within I Corps. I Corps was activated on January 15th, 1918, in France during World War I, marking a great achievement of 100 years of honor, tradition and courage of units deploying, fighting, winning and innovating in complex wars and missions around the world.To close out the ceremony and the all celebrations for the "100 years of Courage,"
a retreat ceremony of the American flag was prepared guided by a speech dedicating each fold to the many sacrifices and duties that the American Soldier performs.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Flag bears fold the American Flag in front of the I Corps headquarters building during the "100 years of Courage" ceremony held on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, August 9th, 2018.The ceremony was to honor those who served and dedicated themselves over the past 100 years within I Corps. I Corps was activated on January 15th, 1918, in France during World War I, marking a great achievement of 100 years of honor, tradition and courage of units deploying, fighting, winning and innovating in complex wars and missions around the world.To close out the ceremony and the all celebrations for the "100 years of Courage," a retreat ceremony of the American flag was prepared guided by a speech dedicating each fold to the many sacrifices and duties that the American Soldier performs. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Ryan) VIEW ORIGINAL