Washington's Life Guard
Posted on 03 April 2012
The Commander-in-Chief's Guard, better known as Washington's Life Guard, was a specialized unit in the Continental Army charged with the protection of GeneralGeorge Washington during the American Revolution. This "corps of sober, intelligent, an reliable men" was formed in 1776, present with Washington at all of his battles, and later disbanded in 1783 at the end of the war.
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