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Overview

With its practiced discipline and precision, ODOC’s Honor Guard represents the pinnacle of the agency’s corrections professionals. Its members come from all corners of the agency and proudly serve their communities, Oklahoma and the country, paying tribute to law enforcement and those fallen in the line of duty.

One of the nation’s only all-volunteer honor guards, the team represents Oklahoma during corrections and law enforcement national memorial weeks.

Its members also represent the agency during memorial services for its staff and other law enforcement groups. They can also be seen marching in local parades and similar events, or presenting the colors during opening ceremonies for formal and sporting events.

ODOC’s Honor Guard is also a regular qualifier for the National Honor Guard Exhibition and Tribute during Police Week each year in Washington D.C.



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