There may be travel advisories abound and people huddling by their fireplaces waiting for the epic northeast snowstorm of 2016 to pass, but the soldiers who guard the Tomb of the Unknowns don’t get a break. They’ll be standing guard no matter how bad the weather gets. It started on April 6, 1948, and hasn’t stopped ever since.
Congress … pay attention. Soldiers still watch over Tomb of the Unknown during storm. https://t.co/WujRxAII19
— Casey Hendrickson (@caseythehost) January 24, 2016
Soldiers Continue to Guard Tomb of Unknowns at Arlington During Historic Snowstorm – ABC News – https://t.co/CUQWMGplKl
— History Classroom (@HistClassroom) January 23, 2016
The storm, of course, is incredible. It’s shutting down the entire east coast for the most part.