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108th CONGRESS
  1st Session
H. CON. RES. 260

Recognizing and honoring the service of those who volunteer their time 
      to participate in funeral honor guards at the interment or 
 memorialization of deceased veterans of the uniformed services of the 
        United States at national cemeteries across the country.


_______________________________________________________________________


                    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

                             July 25, 2003

   Mrs. Bono (for herself, Mr. Calvert, Mr. Lewis of California, Mr. 
  Shadegg, Mr. Isakson, Mr. Wamp, Mr. DeMint, Mr. Bilirakis, and Mr. 
Brown of South Carolina) submitted the following concurrent resolution; 
        which was referred to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs

_______________________________________________________________________

                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION


 
Recognizing and honoring the service of those who volunteer their time 
      to participate in funeral honor guards at the interment or 
 memorialization of deceased veterans of the uniformed services of the 
        United States at national cemeteries across the country.

Whereas it is important that the Nation provide proper respect and fitting 
        recognition to deceased veterans;
Whereas members of the uniformed services of the United States make significant 
        contributions to the general welfare of the United States;
Whereas the furnishing of an honor guard at the interment or memorialization of 
        a deceased veteran shows the proper respect to those who have passed 
        away after serving their country;
Whereas the family of a deceased veteran may request an honor guard service and 
        deserves the comfort of knowing that a respectful service will take 
        place; and
Whereas currently there are many demands placed on active duty units across the 
        country and there are not enough active duty honor guard units available 
        to perform these important services: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 
That Congress hereby recognizes and honors the service of those outside 
the active components of the Armed Forces who volunteer their time to 
participate in funeral honor guards at the interment or memorialization 
of deceased veterans of the uniformed services of the United States at 
national cemeteries across the country, as exemplified by the proud 
work performed by the members of numerous patriotic organizations 
across the United States.
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