The tomb of the unknown is highly esteemed and they continue to be a monument of the times, which is to be expected to be bestowed with nothing but the highest honor.
Opened in 1921, the monument is dedicated to members of the Service who have not been able to identify the remains of people who participated in World War I, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.
The emotional weight that such a monument carries is enormous. That is why honoring soldiers is undoubtedly one of the most revered things you see, which is why graves are guarded 24 hours a day, seven days a week, regardless of the weather.
You are expected to act respectfully when you go to the grave of strangers and that is a good deed. However, not everyone acts that way.
Once, a woman crossed the barriers to be photographed and was punished by the soldiers guarding the tomb.
In another video clip captured by a tourist, a soldier guards the grave. Unfortunately in the background, at this compelling moment of silence and respect we can hear loud laughter and various sounds of Tom nonsense.
This obvious disrespect did not go down well with the action guard, who abruptly stopped his routine and told Rowdy to zip the audience firmly and directly!
He stopped the march and turned around loudly, “I urge everyone to be calm and respectful.”
Spread throughout the monument of Pure Peace. The guard, saddened by the lack of order he had received, waited a few quiet seconds before resuming the sacred rites. Can we get a round of applause in the light of this incredible man who maintains order and respect for those who sacrificed themselves for the good fortune we have today?
Well served, soldier.
You can watch the video below.