Continental Color Guard training

By Spc. Spencer FusselmanOctober 15, 2012

Pfc. Devian Crane, Honor Guard Company, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), tries out for the Continental Color Guard at Joint Base Myer " Henderson Hall Oct. 8. Candidates go through a grueling training regimen in order to be considered for a position in the CCG. One test all candidates must pass is a three hour long standing proficiency test, in which they must stand at attention, perfectly still, for three hours in a room heated up to 90 degrees. The CCG's mission is to represent the nation's military at ceremonies and events across the nation and the world. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Spencer Fusselman)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pfc. Devian Crane, Honor Guard Company, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), tries out for the Continental Color Guard at Joint Base Myer " Henderson Hall Oct. 8. Candidates go through a grueling training regimen in order to be considered for a position in the CCG. One test all candidates must pass is a three hour long standing proficiency test, in which they must stand at attention, perfectly still, for three hours in a room heated up to 90 degrees. The CCG's mission is to represent the nation's military at ceremonies and events across the nation and the world. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Spencer Fusselman) (Photo Credit: Spc. Spencer Fusselman) VIEW ORIGINAL