Ready hut. Present arms. Hut. It’s a very important job. A lot of these
families, were one of the last things they get to see of the military. And it’s really
important, it’s extremely important that we do a ceremony that they can remember for the
rest of their lives and know that we did our best job for their loved one. I think it’s nice to be able to give back
to those who previously served, and those who currently serve. And it’s definitely a
great honor to be able to do it. About 7 months ago, we did a funeral for a soldier who was
19 years old, killed in Afghanistan. That is probably one that hit the hardest. This is where it all began, you know, for over
150 years we’ve honored our fallen patriots here, and so this is where it should be.