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Marines with Marine Barracks Washington D.C. render honors as members of the Fort Henry Guard fire cannons at the closing of a combined ceremony at Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 19, 2017. This visit marked the anniversary of the Ogdensburg Agreement, which was signed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister King to bind the two nations in the combined defense of North America. Since then, the two units have paraded together countless times both at the Fort and at Marine Barracks Washington. Sgt. Brandon T. Webb, mascot handler, escorts Corporal Chesty XIV, official Marine Corps mascot, during a combined ceremony at Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 19, 2017. This visit marked the anniversary of the Ogdensburg Agreement, which was signed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister King to bind the two nations in the combined defense of North America. Since then, the two units have paraded together countless times both at the Fort and at Marine Barracks Washington. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Damon McLean/Released)
170819-M-KZ568-221.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Damon Mclean

Aug 23, 2017
Fort Henry, Kingston, Ontario - Marines with Marine Barracks Washington D.C. render honors as members of the Fort Henry Guard fire cannons at the closing of a combined ceremony at Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 19, 2017. This visit marked the anniversary of the Ogdensburg Agreement, which was signed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister King to bind the two nations in the combined defense of North America. Since then, the two units have paraded together countless times both at the Fort and at Marine Barracks Washington. Sgt. Brandon T. Webb, mascot handler, escorts Corporal Chesty XIV, official Marine Corps mascot, during a combined ceremony at Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 19, 2017. This visit marked the anniversary of the Ogdensburg Agreement, which was signed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister King to bind the two nations in the combined defense of North America. Since then, the two units have paraded together countless times both at the Fort and at Marine Barracks Washington. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Damon McLean/Released)


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