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Video demonstrates how you can prepare and shape your beret when it is new.
The Sentinels at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier stand guard 24 hours a day year-round to protect those that gave everything in service of their nation. What does it take to become a Sentinel? In our new series "Behind the Old Guard," we take an in-depth look at some of the specialty units in the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment. (Video by Staff Sergeant Chris Ballentine) (Historic and aerial photos courtesy of U.S. Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/)
For more controversial how-to videos, don't forget to subscribe. When I was 18 years old I joined the army as a paratrooper. This is how we polished boots. Seventeen years later my boots are just fine. They are not crumbling and cracking in the slightest. You could use a different method: clean, condition, cream polish, buff, and wax polish. However, that's a different video - "How to polish boots in 2 hours". Here's how to get strait to the point with a flame and shoe polish. Do this in a ventilated area and don't burn yourself! The more time you take the better your shine will look. This one boot took me about 5 minutes. Before you call it done, scrape off any shoe polish that ended up on the rubber trim of the sole. Check out my shop at http://www.awesomeforsale.com THANKS!
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A better way of rolling your uniform sleeves