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4th Battalion, 3d US Infantry Regiment "The Old Guard"

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Infantry Regiment’s “The Old Guard” official fan page on Facebook, where you can find up-to-date information on ceremonies and events. If you're looking for the official source of information about 4th Battalion 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment “The Old Guard” please visit http://www.oldguard.mdw.army.mil/4-3-infantry

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Operating as usual

10/25/2022

On Friday, November 4th at 11 A.M., The Warrior Battalion will be hosting a showing of Heroes and Voices for the families of all those involved. Come check out the efforts of our Warriors!

On October 6th, SFC Hickman conducted a Change of Responsibility with 1SG Bontrager  for Headquarters and Headquarter’s ...
10/21/2022

On October 6th, SFC Hickman conducted a Change of Responsibility with 1SG Bontrager for Headquarters and Headquarter’s Company. We welcome the newly appointed 1SG Hickman to HHC. Hammers!

On September 12, The Old Guard traveled to Fort McHenry in celebration of Defenders’ Day. Defenders’ Day is regarded as ...
09/27/2022

On September 12, The Old Guard traveled to Fort McHenry in celebration of Defenders’ Day. Defenders’ Day is regarded as Baltimore’s oldest holiday and celebrates the successful defense of Baltimore in 1814. This battle was the inspiration behind the nation’s national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner”.

Today is day one of Operation Capitol Shield: MDWs validating rescue exercise. The Old Guard’s Rescue Support Platoon is...
09/22/2022

Today is day one of Operation Capitol Shield: MDWs validating rescue exercise. The Old Guard’s Rescue Support Platoon is working with 911 TREC during their 72 hour validating exercise. Throughout the day, The Rescuers demonstrated technical capabilities to respond to urban collapse and subterranean foundation damage.

They conducted rescue operations to stabilize disaster scenarios such as shoring a collapsed wall, conducting a vertical breach into a collapsed structure, and digging a trench to breach into a subterranean space. After a successful first day, RSP will continue their training into the night.
(Photos taken by SPC Jacob Baker)

For day two of Operation Capitol Shield, The Old Guard's Rescue Support Platoon has continued to successfully breach col...
09/22/2022

For day two of Operation Capitol Shield, The Old Guard's Rescue Support Platoon has continued to successfully breach collapsed structures, repel up and down into towers and metro stations, and utilize helicopter transportation. As they traverse these structures, they rescue and evacuate VIPs that have been caught in the simulated disaster. They will remain in the field and continue to conduct operations through another night.
(Photos taken by SPC Jacob Baker)

Today marks the final hours for Operation Capitol Shield. After the completion of the completion of the construction of ...
09/22/2022

Today marks the final hours for Operation Capitol Shield. After the completion of the completion of the construction of supports for the collapsed structures, The Old Guard's Rescue Support Platoon continued to drill deep into the debris. Small teams throughout the day were required to traverse compact tunnels made within the collapsed structure in order to locate and extract VIPs that they discovered. During this training exercise, the Rescue Support Platoon has demonstrated their capability to effectively plan, organize, and execute disaster relief operations.
(Photos taken by SPC Jacob Baker)

For any soldiers or families that reside on Fort Myer, take a look at our DFAC’s new menu and consider coming by.
09/19/2022

For any soldiers or families that reside on Fort Myer, take a look at our DFAC’s new menu and consider coming by.

Last week’s Warrior of the week was SSG Cody Royster, the senior squad leader in the Continental Color Guard (CCG). SSG ...
09/14/2022

Last week’s Warrior of the week was SSG Cody Royster, the senior squad leader in the Continental Color Guard (CCG). SSG Royster is from Berea, Ohio where he played football in high school and later at Otterbein University. Joining the Army in 2015, SSG Royster served at Fort Stewart, GA and Fort Hood, TX before being assigned to The Old Guard. As a squad leader in CCG, SSG Royster has conducted over 100 Joint Armed Forces Color Guard ceremonies. Most notably SSG Royster conducted ceremonies for Veterans Day in 2021, Memorial Day 2022, and both the The NFL Pro Bowl and MLB All-Star games. In his free time SSG Royster enjoys fitness, fishing, and spending time with his wife and kids. SSG Royster is currently preparing for the United States Drill Sergeant Academy later this year.

This week’s Warrior of the week is SSG Cody Royster, the senior squad leader in the Continental Color Guard (CCG). SSG R...
09/07/2022

This week’s Warrior of the week is SSG Cody Royster, the senior squad leader in the Continental Color Guard (CCG). SSG Royster is from Berea, Ohio where he played football in high school and later at Otterbein University. Joining the Army in 2015, SSG Royster served at Fort Stewart, GA and Fort Hood, TX before being assigned to The Old Guard. As a squad leader in CCG, SSG Royster has conducted over 100 Joint Armed Forces Color Guard ceremonies. Most notably SSG Royster conducted ceremonies for Veterans Day in 2021, Memorial Day 2022, and both the The NFL Pro Bowl and MLB All-Star games. In his free time SSG Royster enjoys fitness, fishing, and spending time with his wife and kids. SSG Royster is currently preparing for the United States Drill Sergeant Academy later this year.

08/25/2022
This week’s Warrior of the Week is SPC Wade Kling, a Commander in Chief’s Guard Soldier. Recently, SPC Kling assisted in...
08/18/2022

This week’s Warrior of the Week is SPC Wade Kling, a Commander in Chief’s Guard Soldier. Recently, SPC Kling assisted in a medical emergency at the Ft. Myer DFAC, helping an individual having seizures until medics arrived. During his time in The Old Guard, SPC Kling has taken part in nearly 40 CAC mission and an arrival ceremony for the Japanese Prime Minister. SPC Kling believes that every American should dedicate some military service in their career, being a fourth generation military member himself. During his free time, SPC Kling enjoys to go hunting, fishing and shooting. Congratulations to SPC Kling for being nominated as Warrior of the Week.

Prime and Load!

This week’s Warrior of the Week is SGT Ryan Niswonger, a weapons squad leader in the Commander in Chief’s Guard Company....
08/11/2022

This week’s Warrior of the Week is SGT Ryan Niswonger, a weapons squad leader in the Commander in Chief’s Guard Company. SGT Niswonger is 4th generation military in his family and has had aspirations to join the Army since he was a child. During his time in The Old Guard, he has had the opportunity to take part in many assignments such as working at the National Archives, the White House, and take part in George W. H. Bush’s state funeral. SGT Niswonger has many goals for his future in the Army including getting stationed in Hawaii and getting in shape after chemotherapy so he can go to ranger school. Throughout his battle with cancer, SGT Niswonger remained resilient and as of yesterday, he beat cancer. SGT Niswonger is still serving as an active duty service member in the Army. During his off-time, he enjoys training with his peers in the gym, long-boarding, and rock climbing with his friends and family. Congratulations for your nomination as Warrior of the Week.

Prime and Load!

On August 5th, 1LT Reese of 289th Military Police Company was promoted to Captain. During his promotion ceremony, CPT Re...
08/09/2022

On August 5th, 1LT Reese of 289th Military Police Company was promoted to Captain. During his promotion ceremony, CPT Reese was rewarded an Army Commendation Medal by LTC Thompson. With any promotion comes a level of added responsibility, and we are sure that CPT Reese will continue to serve as a responsible and effective officer and leader in 4/3 Battalion. Congratulations!
(Photos taken by SPC Jacob Baker)

This morning, members of 4/3’s Warrior Battalion conducted a Battalion run around Fort Myer. Afterwords, Warriors gather...
08/05/2022

This morning, members of 4/3’s Warrior Battalion conducted a Battalion run around Fort Myer. Afterwords, Warriors gathered on Summerall Field to announce the winners of the Warrior Cup and hand out awards for the greatest contributors to Twilight Tattoo. Congratulations to Commander in Chief’s Guard for securing their 4th Warrior Cup victory. Thank you to all who participated in this year’s Twilight Tattoo. Warriors!

This Week’s Warrior of the Week is SGT Keough, HHC's senior medic and training room NCO. During her time in The Old Guar...
08/04/2022

This Week’s Warrior of the Week is SGT Keough, HHC's senior medic and training room NCO. During her time in The Old Guard, SGT Keough served as a Sentinel, where she took part in the first all female guard change at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Currently, SGT Keough is working on earning her bachelors degree in psychology to help achieve her future career goals. A few hobbies she enjoys are playing the piano, long-boarding, and spending time with her cats. We in the Warrior Battalion thank SGT Keough for her dedicated and selfless service.

On August 1st, 2022, SFC Rudy Flores was officially promoted to the rank of First Sergeant. Now with the rank to match h...
08/02/2022

On August 1st, 2022, SFC Rudy Flores was officially promoted to the rank of First Sergeant. Now with the rank to match his position, 1SG Flores will continue to be responsible for 529th RSC. Congratulations 1SG Flores for your well deserved promotion. Black Knights!

This week's Warrior of the Week is SPC Sanchez, senior medic for  the 289th Military Police Company. Recently, SPC Sanch...
07/28/2022

This week's Warrior of the Week is SPC Sanchez, senior medic for the 289th Military Police Company. Recently, SPC Sanchez stood above his peers and was nominated to be Soldier of the Month. This is a great achievement which will help him achieve his goal of becoming an NCO by the end of the year. As a medic, SPC Sanchez is tasked with providing medical aid to all components of the regiment. He has continued to keep The Old Guard safe, healthy and mission ready. Congratulations to SPC Sanchez!

Congratulations to 529th RSC Squad Two for their victory in the Battalion Best Squad Competition. The Battalion Best Squ...
07/27/2022

Congratulations to 529th RSC Squad Two for their victory in the Battalion Best Squad Competition. The Battalion Best Squad Competition tested individual squads on Army and Old Guard knowledge while incorporating physical challenges across Fort Myer and the National Capital Region. SGT Johnson and squad two of 529th were able to complete the most of these challenges within their time limit of 60 minutes. Demonstrating teamwork and dedication, they were able to claim 1st place. Congratulations Black Knights!

This morning 529th RSC conducted a ruck march at Manassas National Battlefield. Led by their commander, CPT James Rojek,...
07/26/2022

This morning 529th RSC conducted a ruck march at Manassas National Battlefield. Led by their commander, CPT James Rojek, the Black Knights walked in the steps of Old Guard Soldiers who fought at the first Battle of Bull Run in July of 1861. On that day 161 years ago, Soldiers of the Old Guard along with Union forces from New York and the U.S. Marines charged general Jackson’s brigade at Henry House Hill. The Soldiers of today are keeping the spirit of The Old Guard strong and will continue to uphold to uphold the Army’s values. Black Knights!

Today, the Warrior team leader academy class 01-22 conducted a 5.7 mile run to the Lincoln Memorial. Congratulations to ...
07/22/2022

Today, the Warrior team leader academy class 01-22 conducted a 5.7 mile run to the Lincoln Memorial. Congratulations to the soon to be graduates of the 1st annual Warrior team leader academy course.

Old Guard soldiers are still deploying in support of US operations around the world! This week’s Warrior of the Week is ...
07/21/2022

Old Guard soldiers are still deploying in support of US operations around the world! This week’s Warrior of the Week is SPC Hazen who serves as a Patrol Explosive Detector Dog Handler. SPC Hazen and her dog Pamela recently returned from a deployment to Egypt where she deployed for 9 months. During the deployment, SPC Hazen and Pamela ensured gate security through vehicle searches and sweeps of personnel and equipment. SPC Hazen learned a lot during her deployment and stated, “Overall it was a really cool experience to have.” At The Old Guard, SPC Hazen has trained Pamela to detect the odors of many different types of explosive including: TNT, C4, detonation cord, ammonium dynamite, semtex, smokeless powder, sodium chlorite and potassium chlorite. A typical day for her is working on obedience, bite work and detection training with Pamela as well as providing K9 support searching vehicles and buildings. SPC Hazen is from Pennsylvania and during her off-time likes to bake, swim, go to the beach, explore and go shopping. The Warrior Battalion welcomes SPC Hazen and Pamela back home and we hope they continue to succeed in their Army careers.

Posted  •  "Perfection is the standard. Every time. The dedication, professionalism, and discipline of these Soldiers ho...
07/08/2022

Posted • "Perfection is the standard. Every time. The dedication, professionalism, and discipline of these Soldiers hold the weight of this entire profession on their shoulders, in the solemn moment where we close a chapter in a family's relationship with their Army." -Col. Patrick M. Roddy Jr., Outgoing Commander of The Old Guard

This morning, The conducted a Regimental Change of Command ceremony, where outgoing Commander Col. Patrick M. Roddy Jr. relinquished command to incoming Commander Col. David B. Rowland.

Join us in welcoming Col. Rowland, the new Regimental Commander, and thanking Col. Roddy for his dedication and outstanding leadership over the last 2 years. ( photos by Sgt. Josue Patricio and Cpl. Gabriel Bacchus)

July 1, 2022 marks the 56th anniversary of 4th Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment’s activation in 1966. Today, soldiers of...
07/01/2022

July 1, 2022 marks the 56th anniversary of 4th Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment’s activation in 1966. Today, soldiers of the Warrior Battalion gathered to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The wreath was laid by the Battalion Commander, LTC Michael Thompson and CSM Dennis Kirk. The Warrior Battalion is proud to honor the fallen and will continue to uphold their unit’s incredible legacy.
(Photos taken by SPC Jacob Baker)

Last week, Warrior Battalion had its first military ball since 2019. With over 500 attendees throughout the battalion an...
06/27/2022

Last week, Warrior Battalion had its first military ball since 2019. With over 500 attendees throughout the battalion and multiple old guard alumni organizations in attendance, the event was a HUGE success! We would like to thank all of our Soldiers and old guard alumni for supporting such an amazing event. We couldn’t have done it without them.

Warriors!

This weeks Warrior of the Week is PFC Malachi S. Hamber from Honor Guard Company. PFC Hamber serves as a member of the C...
06/23/2022

This weeks Warrior of the Week is PFC Malachi S. Hamber from Honor Guard Company. PFC Hamber serves as a member of the Ceremonial Guard. PFC Hamber is from Columbus, Ohio and is currently the youngest soldier in TOG. He was selected to cut the Army Birthday cake for the Army’s birthday on June 14. Some of his hobbies include hiking, recreational shooting, and playing video games. PFC Hamber is on track to make great strides in his Army career and we wish him the best.

On June 2nd, The Commander in Chief’s Guard’s (CINC) held a change of responsibility ceremony. Today, 1SG Christopher Ca...
06/02/2022

On June 2nd, The Commander in Chief’s Guard’s (CINC) held a change of responsibility ceremony. Today, 1SG Christopher Carney relinquished his authority of Alpha Company (CINC) to its senior platoon sergeant, SFC Jenkins. After receiving immense praise from CPT Andrew Ricketts in a long, inspirational speech, 1SG Carney thanked CINC for the opportunity to lead such an amazing company. The Warrior Battalion wishes SFC Carney good luck as he transitions to his next duty station.

Today, the Warrior Battalion said farewell to CPT Justin A. Bingham of Honor Guard Company as he prepares to transition ...
05/25/2022

Today, the Warrior Battalion said farewell to CPT Justin A. Bingham of Honor Guard Company as he prepares to transition into the civilian sector. The leadership of CPT Bingham was truly inspiring, and his commitment to the mission of Honor Guard and to the Regiment are a testament to his character. He will be missed and we wish him and his family the best of luck on their next adventure!
We also would like to congratulate CPT Andrew S. Borrebach in taking command of Honor Guard Company. We look forward to all the great things you will do for Honor Guard and the Regiment moving forward! Welcome to the Warrior Battalion!

Photos from 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)'s post
05/19/2022

Photos from 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)'s post

This weeks Warrior Of The Week is SGT Andrew L. Brown. SGT Brown is currently serving as the IMO NCO in HHC. SGT Brown r...
05/19/2022

This weeks Warrior Of The Week is SGT Andrew L. Brown. SGT Brown is currently serving as the IMO NCO in HHC. SGT Brown recently graduated from Post University with a Bachelors Degree in Emergency Management and Homeland Security! Some of SGT Brown’s hobbies are scuba diving, playing the piano and watching sports. SGT Brown is from Norfolk, Va. Please join us in congratulating SGT Brown for his tremendous accomplishments!

This week’s Warrior Of The Week is SSG Sarah Dwyre. SSG Dwyre is currently serving as a squad leader in the 289th Milita...
05/12/2022

This week’s Warrior Of The Week is SSG Sarah Dwyre. SSG Dwyre is currently serving as a squad leader in the 289th Military Police Company. SSG Dwyre recently graduated from ALC as the distinguished honor graduate! SSG Dwyre also made the Commandants list which is the top 20% GPA of the entire class. SSG Dwyre is from Flint, Michigan. Some of her hobbies include hanging out with her daughter, snowboarding and playing soccer. The Warrior Battalion is proud of SSG Dwyre and all of her accomplishments. Congrats!

Last week the Warrior Battalion had the privilege to promote six first 1LT’s to CPT. They were promoted in front of the ...
05/09/2022

Last week the Warrior Battalion had the privilege to promote six first 1LT’s to CPT. They were promoted in front of the TOG Monument by LTC Michael Thompson (Battalion Commander). We are proud of our newly promoted CPT’s and look forward to seeing them continue to exceed the standard in their respective platoons, companies and staff roles. The following Warriors are the newest Captains in the US Army!:

CPT John Keally (HG)
CPT Grant Lockwood (Cinc)
CPT John Mcginnis (HG)
CPT Cory Pinkley (TUS)
CPT Bobby Thomas (Cinc)
CPT James Vogel (USADT)

Please join us in congratulating these newly promoted officers. Warriors!

On April 28th, The Commander in Chief’s Guard’s very own Rescue Support Platoon (RSP) soared through a Joint Validation ...
05/02/2022

On April 28th, The Commander in Chief’s Guard’s very own Rescue Support Platoon (RSP) soared through a Joint Validation Exercise at Quantico Marine Base with the 911th TREC before Battalion and regimental Leadership. The RSP thoroughly and efficiently searched through debris, conducted first aid, and set up fixed lines to expeditiously evacuate casualties and equipment from debilitated structures. The RSP remains primed and ready to respond to any and all emergency rescue operations in the National capital Region.

Our Headquarters and Headquarters Company consists of the Warrrior Battalion Staff, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (TUS...
04/27/2022

Our Headquarters and Headquarters Company consists of the Warrrior Battalion Staff, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (TUS), and the United States Army Drill Team (USADT). Check out their newsletter to see more about what they’ve been up to this year and what lies ahead.

Warriors, friends and family of the 4th Battalion, 3rd US Infantry Regiment, you are cordially invited to attend the War...
04/26/2022

Warriors, friends and family of the 4th Battalion, 3rd US Infantry Regiment, you are cordially invited to attend the Warrior Battalion Ball on Thursday evening, the 16th of June, at the Crystal Gateway Marriot to honor the achievements, contributions and unity of this incredible and storied organization. Ticket prices go up on the 15th of May, so purchase your ticket today!

For all Warriors, ball tickets may be purchased through Company Executive Officers. For those hoping to attend or support this event, please comment below with your email and you will be contacted by the Ball Planning Committee!

For 37 months, SGT Troy A. Leister (Sentinel 681) has served honorably at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (TUS), honorin...
04/22/2022

For 37 months, SGT Troy A. Leister (Sentinel 681) has served honorably at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (TUS), honoring our nation’s fallen heroes. During his tenure, he conducted over 400 guard postings and over 800 guard changes. This morning marked his last walk with the TUS platoon. The Warrior Battalion thanks SGT Leister for his three years of commitment to the tomb and looks forward to his future as he moves on to Fort Wainwright, AK to be a part of the storied 25th Infantry Division.

“Through the years of diligence of praise, and the discomfort of the elements, I will walk my tour in humble reverence to the best of my ability.”
- The Sentinel’s Creed, Lines 7-10





This week’s Warrior of the Week is WO1 Davidson N. Udoh! Chief Udoh is from Richmond, VA and is currently serving as the...
04/14/2022

This week’s Warrior of the Week is WO1 Davidson N. Udoh! Chief Udoh is from Richmond, VA and is currently serving as the S6 OIC for the Warrior Battalion. Some hobbies he enjoys are fishing, hiking, playing soccer, and spending time with his family. Former SSG Udoh attended the rigorous Warrant Officer Cadidate School (WOCS) back in February of this year. After a rigorous five weeks, he successfully completed WOCS and earned the rank of Chief Warrant Officer. We are proud of his accomplishments and wish him the best of luck as he starts his technical training at Fort Rucker, AL.

For 36 months, SGT Jabneel A. Springer (Sentinel 687) has served honorably at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (TUS), hon...
04/14/2022

For 36 months, SGT Jabneel A. Springer (Sentinel 687) has served honorably at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (TUS), honoring our nation’s fallen heroes. During his tenure, he conducted over 950 guard postings. This morning marked his last walk with the TUS platoon. The Warrior Battalion thanks SGT Springer for his three years of commitment to the tomb and looks forward to his future as he moves on on to the famed 101st Airborne Division.

“Through the years of diligence of praise, and the discomfort of the elements, I will walk my tour in humble reverence to the best of my ability.”
- The Sentinel’s Creed, Lines 7-10





Come check out the Warrior Battalion in action as we lead the regiment in the annual U.S. Army Twilight Tattoo performan...
04/12/2022

Come check out the Warrior Battalion in action as we lead the regiment in the annual U.S. Army Twilight Tattoo performance beginning May 4th!

Congratulations to the US Army Drill Team for claiming victory in this morning’s BN Squad PT competition. Starting at 05...
04/08/2022

Congratulations to the US Army Drill Team for claiming victory in this morning’s BN Squad PT competition. Starting at 0530, 14 squads took part in 4 challenges that tested their physical, cardiovascular, and mental strength. A memory test, a set of pull ups, push ups and weighted presses, a sprint drag carry, and deadlifts. The USADT completed all these challenges with speed and determination. We in 4/3 BN believe you will continue to inspire us with your stellar PT performance.

This week’s Warrior of the Week is SPC Chase Kerr! SPC Kerr is from Elizabethtown, KY and is currently serving as a comp...
04/07/2022

This week’s Warrior of the Week is SPC Chase Kerr! SPC Kerr is from Elizabethtown, KY and is currently serving as a company medic for HHC.
SPC Kerr earned the highly coveted Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) last week and also won the “Iron Medic” award for passing each grueling event his first try! Some of SPC Kerr’s hobbies include bourbon collecting and mixed martial arts. The Warrior Battalion is proud to have SPC Kerr on the team and we look forward to all the great things he will do in the future! Congratulations!

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The Old Guard Association is pleased to inform all active duty members of TOG that TOGA has a new Educational Assistance Program and that we will award a $1,000 scholarship every year. If you would like to apply please go to www.oldguard.org and click on the Scholarship link for an application.
Has anyone, who is 100%, been notified, by PHONE, that you have a comp&pen scheduled within a week??
Tune in for a special night!!!!! You don’t want to miss this !!!
found some old film and had it developed .. this is from my boyfriends father who served in Vietnam Jan 1968- Aug 1969 .. got some pretty amazing first hand photos .. noticed the company in the pic and located this page .. anyone possibly in this group the might be familiar .. i know i am pulling stings here but ya never know
Great group of professionals. Proud of them all.
Thus is an awesome group of professional Soldiers.
On Veterans Day, much honor,respect,and appreciation to all! Thank you for your service!
These stories are great to read. I'm Korean War vet
Your posts are so interesting. Am WAC vet of Korean War
Thank you for your Service and Godspeed.
I am the Uncle of SSG Dallas Kempo badge #644 I had the honor of going behind the scenes and seeing what the soldiers of The Old Guard do and their training when my nephew was stationed there a couple of years ago.As a Veteran myself it was a truly a moving experience for me I am so proud of our military men and women God bless you all and thank you for your sacrifice. 🇺🇸
It's always a honor and blessing following this unit .
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