November 2, 2018

Fort Irwin’s Joint Color Guard at World Series

by Janell J. Lewis Ford
Military members, including Fort Irwin soldiers, help present the American flag during game no. 3 of the World Series in Los Angeles.

Fort Irwin’s Joint Color Guard helped fans kick off their World Series experience in Los Angeles. Game No. 3 was the longest game in World Series (and post-season) history, with 18 innings over seven hours. Nine members of the National Training Center’s (NTC’s) joint color guard helped present the U.S. flag in ceremonies at Dodger Stadium.

Fort Irwin’s Joint Color Guard presents the flags during the World Series game in Los Angeles.

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