In this Nov. 7, 2017 photo, Bob Haynes, Commander of the Abingdon American Legion honor guard, stands in front of the American Legion building in Abingdon, Ill. Haynes joined the Marine Corps in 1961 and stayed for three years. A year following his time in the military and after settling down and finding a job back in Abingdon, he joined the American Legion as part of the Honor Guard. Saturday's Veterans Day ceremony in Abingdon will be Haynes' last, as he has decided to retire from his leadership role in the Honor Guard after 52 years of service.
In this Nov. 7, 2017 photo, Bob Haynes, Commander of the Abingdon American Legion honor guard, stands in front of the American Legion building in Abingdon, Ill. Haynes joined the Marine Corps in 1961 and stayed for three years. A year following his time in the military and after settling down and finding a job back in Abingdon, he joined the American Legion as part of the Honor Guard. Saturday's Veterans Day ceremony in Abingdon will be Haynes' last, as he has decided to retire from his leadership role in the Honor Guard after 52 years of service. The Register-Mail, via AP Mitch Prentice
In this Nov. 7, 2017 photo, Bob Haynes, Commander of the Abingdon American Legion honor guard, stands in front of the American Legion building in Abingdon, Ill. Haynes joined the Marine Corps in 1961 and stayed for three years. A year following his time in the military and after settling down and finding a job back in Abingdon, he joined the American Legion as part of the Honor Guard. Saturday's Veterans Day ceremony in Abingdon will be Haynes' last, as he has decided to retire from his leadership role in the Honor Guard after 52 years of service. The Register-Mail, via AP Mitch Prentice

American Legion honor guardsman retiring after 52 years

November 09, 2017 04:52 PM

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