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Wednesday, May 05, 2010


Be sure to watch this in "FULL SCREEN" mode, in order to see the best possible picture.

To do that, just click on the little square in the lower right corner of the media player.

This is a playlist consisting of six (06) videos, so all of the videos will automatically play, one right after the other, in their proper sequence.

On Wednesday 05 May 2010, Doris Jones and I, from the Armed Forces Retirement Home, attended the traditional TWILIGHT TATTOO ceremony at Fort McNair, site of the Army War College, in the District of Columbia.

Enroute, amid the rush hour traffic, we got lost, and therefore, were a little late arriving, and missed the first three events in the program.

But, finally, we were seated in the grandstands, and had an excellent view of the show, which I recorded using my Kodak Easy Share Z710 digital camera.

The camera has a zoom lens, but it only works when taking still photographs, and won't function when recording video.

The YOU TUBE web site only permits videos less than ten minutes long to be uploaded, so that's why I had to stop recording every few minutes, and then start again.

The United States Army TWILIGHT TATTOO show is free, and open to the public.

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