The coffins were draped with the Union Jack and a firing party
over the graves was followed by the Last Post and Reveille played by Sergeant Gripton.
These would include a vigil, bugler or drummer, a firing party
, a military host or pallbearers, escort and transportation, and arrival and departure honors.
At 1pm a firing party
of 30 men from the Devonport Gunnery School, together with 20 naval personnel who were to draw a gun carriage arrived at Lyme Regis.
Infantry Regiment, also known as "The Old Guard," conducted military honors for his burial service, which included a caisson, escort platoon, colors and casket team, firing party
and the U.
It must have been horrendous to be instructed to carry out this duty - in some cases the members of the firing party
would have known the condemned.
Mary's Band, Dave Laskey and I attended the 21-gun salute by the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment RCA (The Loyal Company) and inspection of the firing party
Yesterday, as his wife walked into the service between the firing party
lines holding the hands of their two boys, James and William, she took a few seconds to look up to the sky above the cathedral.
He was in the firing party
at his funeral and there is a duty there, to lay a wreath at the grave of a North Wales soldier killed in action.
A military firing party
fired a salute during the service.
The firing party
assembled at the Western Cemetery, Ely, in Cardiff, following the funeral of Captain Stephen Healey, of 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh (Royal Welch Fusiliers).
After the funeral, a firing party
fired a volley of shots in salute to the former semiprofessional footballer at the burial at Western Cemetery, Ely.
To Anton's army friends who carried him with such care and the firing party
for their last salute to Anton.