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UOTT Team Members
The U.S. Operational Test Team includes engineers, analysts, and pilots. UOTT team members, who conducted F-35 dedicated operational testing at the Naval Air Station Point Mugu Sea Test Range, stand in front of the Nav Air Ranges Building.
Arlington National Cemetery Flag at Half-staff
The flag flies at half-staff in front of Arlington House. The flags in Arlington National Cemetery are flown at half-staff from a half hour before the first funeral until a half hour after the last funeral each service.
Temporary Grave Marker
A temporary grave marker identifies the burial site of Army Cpl. Norvin D. Brockett. The marker will be replaced by a white marble headstone.
Presentation of the Flag
The Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of the casket team presents the flag to Katherine C. Gandara, niece of Army Cpl. Norvin D. Brockett during his burial at Arlington National Cemetery on July 21, 2021.
Arlington National Cemetery Casket Team
Arlington National Cemetery Casket Team members fold the flag during the burial of Army Cpl. Norvin D. Brockett on July 21, 2021.
U.S. Army Band bugler performs Taps
A U.S. Army Band bugler performs Taps during the burial of Army Cpl. Norvin D. Brockett at Arlington National Cemetery.
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