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Army SPECIAL LIFTOUT November 10, 2011
... we could see straight down Anzac Parade and the procession
of flashing lights approaching us.
CPL BEN BARNARD AFG
CPL ZENITH KING
AS THE motorcade carrying the Queen
approached the Australian War Memorial
on October 25 members of Australia's
Federation Guard catafalque party waited
nervously at the Tomb of the Unknown
During their final day in Canberra the
Queen and Duke of Edinburgh laid a wreath at
the AWM as part of their royal tour.
Catafalque party commander Cpl Ben
Barnard said although they had three days
to prepare he felt nervous leading up to the
"We arrived half an hour before the cer-
emony and made our way to the tomb past the
security," Cpl Barnard said.
"We waited in the wings of the tomb for
a while where we could see straight down
Anzac Parade and the procession of flashing
lights approaching us. That was when I real-
ised it was really happening."
Despite the size of the crowd Cpl Barnard
said it was the media interest that surprised
him the most.
"Initially there were about 20 media crews
inside the tomb with us but as the Queen
approached more flooded in bringing it to
about 50," he said.
Moment of silence: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown
Soldier. Inset, Cpl Ben Barnard leads the catafalque party standing guard for the ceremony.
Photos by LAC Leigh Cameron
N BARNARD, AFG
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