Rifle inspection ceremony at arlington national cemetery will leave you in awe!

We all wish we were this good with firearms.
The changing of the guard at the the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is highlighted by this impeccable rifle inspection. The white-glove inspection is a part of the ceremony that is an immaculate ode to both ritual and honor.

Without further ado, prepare to feel an insane amount of respect and honor while you watch this:
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery is guarded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and in any weather by the Tomb Guard sentinels.

Volunteers from the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment are rigorously trained for this honored duty and seldom-given badge. The U. S. Army says “Only 570 other Soldiers have received it. It is the second least-awarded badge in the military, after the Astronaut’s badge.” Prayers and thanks to our proud and hard-working military people for the amazing work they do that we sometimes never get to see!