Members of Harrisburg National Guard spend Memorial Day in France
Members of the Army National Guard unit based in Harrisburg spent memorial day weekend in France, remembering World War I.
Soldiers with the 28th infantry division visited the Meuse-Argonne cemetery and memorial as the French and American national anthems played.
Brigadier General John Gronski laid a wreath at the Pennsylvania memorial there with Division Command Sergeant Major Christopher Kepner looking on and Command Sergeant Major Jeff Tracey saluted the grave site of his great uncle, a 3rd division medic who was killed in WWI.
The 28th infantry had just wrapped up three weeks of NATO training exercises in France.