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Contacting the Funeral Director: The family should notify their director so he/she can get all the necessary info to The Honor Guard.

The Honor Guard also perform color guards at many different activities such as retirements, promotions, changes of command and community events. They have supported several local events such as basketball, football & hockey games, parades, and NASCAR races.


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  1. The Luke AFB honor guard performed my husband's memorial service at the National Memorial Cemetery, Phoenix, on March 15, 2018. It was a very moving, special and perfect ceremony to properly close out his career military service. This team certainly assured us that he was "loved and honored." We are so grateful. I failed to get the names so I could properly thank them. So, thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Marie Shadden

  2. Thank you to the Luke AFB Honor Guard for their outstanding performance at the interment ceremony for my parents on 20 Dec 2017. The Honor Guard detail performed their duties with precision and their military bearing and uniforms were impeccable. The presence of the Honor Guard provided a sense of comfort, respect and pride that only those who have served and are serving in the military can truly appreciate. Charles R. Stead

  3. Thank you for an outstanding performance at my husbands memorial service on Oct. 11th, 2017. You all truly brought an atmosphere of Honor and Respect not only to him but to our country. Thank you again. Joanne

  4. So proud to have the Honor Guard to honor my father-in-law at his funeral. He was very proud of his service and know he would have been proud of this Honor.

  5. The Honor Guard performed an OUTSTANDING service at my fathers funeral. And I am so thankful they were able to provide their service on such short notice. I can't thank them enough. The are 100% professionals. David Alcocer