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2012 Honor Guard Clinic, Milwaukee, WI

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Hero's Challenge Honor Guard Competition

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2010 Honor Guard Clinic

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Comment by Zachary Wolf on May 13, 2014 at 3:54pm

Hey everyone, great honor guard course help in Elmhurst Il was a week long and well worth the small fee it took to get people there just completed the course this past friday and goes into everything from basic drill and ceremony to funeral details

Comment by Andrew Nagy on August 16, 2012 at 2:31pm

I am looking into forming an honor gaurd at my department.  However due to price of sneding members and a high turover rate it is not pratical to host a professional honor gaurd training academy at the department.  I am looking for any and all training materials that may help me do this.  Whether a powerpoint a lesson plan whatever.  No piece of information is to small.  My email is anagy71@hotmail.com.  I thank you in advance for any help anyone can offer. Take care and be safe!! Andy

Comment by charles woods on April 22, 2011 at 5:02pm
does anyone have any training videos of honor guard using rifles, pikes, sabers, and axes? i wouldlike to use them in training the honor guard unit. emails may be sent to firerescueinstructor@hotmail.com. any information will be greatly appreciated.
Comment by Capt./Chaplain Mike Petrosky on August 11, 2010 at 10:08am
Scott-just a post on training ideas. I am going to try a drill with our Honor Guard to brush up on the basics. This is a team building style of drill. It's called the Lighthouse Drill. you take 3 people and have them stationed around the bay or parking lot ( they are the lighthouses ). One person gives verbal orders/directions to a blindfolded person using drill commands while the blindfolded person navigates through an obstacle course ( cones, etc. - whatever you choose ). The person giving commands directs the bindfolded person to each of the Lighthouse and they pick up a item from each lighthouse ( candy,tool, etc. ) the only person allowed to give directions is the command person, but Lighthouse people can give encouragement after they have been found. This drill enforces good listening skills, everyone gets to try their hand at giving commands-reinforcing the ability to lead if needed. Just an idea.
Comment by Robert Mccarraher on June 6, 2010 at 11:03pm
i am an member of the ashe county honor guard . I love what i do. Just check us out at Ashe County Honor Guard .com
Comment by Kendra Eastwood on September 25, 2009 at 2:48pm
Apparently, I need to apologize to someone, I am sorry. Let me fix my wrong doing by saying that, I am not the commander of the Honor Guard, I was selected to be in charge of the Committee to establish an Honor Guard by Our Department Officers and by vote of the Fire Department Members. I did not mean to hurt someones feelings on my department. I was just trying to get all the information possible to help establish a great Honor Guard for our Super Fire Department. So we can get started on training to be the best at honoring our fallen.
Comment by Kendra Eastwood on September 10, 2009 at 3:36pm
I am the Commander of the Wytheville Fire Department Honor Guard. We have recently started our Honor Guard team. I need all the help I can get. If anyone can send me policies and procedures or anything else that you think could help me. I need any info anyone would like to send me. We have an aging department and want to give the respect to our fallen members they deserve. Thank you for any help you can give me. If my email address would help here it is; wfdmedic13@yahoo.com Thanks again! God bless and be safe.
Comment by Jeff on June 13, 2009 at 3:01pm
I am presently a member of the North Naples Fire Honor Guard. I have been with the department for over 8 years.
Comment by Scott on March 22, 2009 at 11:09am
Anyone else her have trainings, clinics, refreshers?
What is taught or practiced?
We are always looking for ideas to keep things fresh while still hitting the basics.
Our Guard drills once a month and we are always rotating the place (we have a number of Guards in the metro Milwaukee area) and we try to rotate the theme.
 

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