Services

Memorial Services

Flag Presentation

Flag Presentation

The Flag is presented

Gun Carriage

Gun Carriage

The Funeral Black Military Humvee with Gun Carriage Slowly Enters Escorted By the VFW Honor Guard

Gun Salute

Gun Salute

VFW Honor Guard Gun Salute providing honors for Galloway Township's Memorial Day Event

Taps

Taps

A Lone Bugler Plays Taps During Services

A Final Blessing

A Final Blessing

A Priest Gives The Final Blessing To an Urn as the Detail Leaves The Church

Cannon

Cannon

A single volley fired from our cannon the "Jaime Lee" honors our fallen brothers and sisters

Honor Guard Escort

Honor Guard Escort

The Honor Guard escorts the caisson through the cemetery

The Last Salute Award Winning Honor Guard can provide:

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Casket Guard (Guard With Rifle Stands at casket during viewing)
Pallbearers
Caisson Service (Humvee & Gun Carriage)
Honor March (Alongside Gun Carriage)
Memorial Bell Sounding (3 bells)
Gun Salute (3 volleys)
Taps
Flag Folding and Presentation
Shell Casing Presentation
Cannon Fuse Presentation

See Last Salute’s current inventory of equipment below:

See the list of dignitaries and VIP’s that have fired the “Jaime Lee” to honor our Military 

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Our Civil War cannon “The Jaime Lee”, will be used at certain ceremonies dependent upon availability of personnel and awards presented to the fallen hero.
The Last Salute Slantback humvee is signed on its dashboard by 4 Medal of Honor recipients and pulls a “Caisson” used to transport flag draped caskets to the final resting place.
The Last Salute black humvee is signed on its dashboard by 7 Medal of Honor recipients and pulls the honor guards trailer which houses rifles, cannon & other equipment. It is the only Humvee like it in the world.
The Last Salute M925A2 & M1082 Air Lift trailer are a memorial to those killed when the Marine barracks in Beirut was bombed.
Memorial Bell christened by a Navy Chaplain – rings 3 times
Our most sacred possession, the Last Salute prayer box. This box is made of wood taken from the inside of the old Assumption Church. It is over 100 years old and has been through countless religious ceremonies. Within this box we keep a prayer card or photo of every fallen hero we lay to rest. It is placed inside by a family member and then their loved one becomes a permanent part of our honor guard and travels with us…… always.

 

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