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- A Musical Tribute To America's Armed Forces and Heroes of the Past -
The complete video is now available here for viewing. The event was originally broadcast live on the internet
Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. on President's Day, Monday, February 15, 1999

-Watch the entire concert
- using RealMedia G2 player
- at 28k speed/ quality
- at 100k speed/quality
(see technical info below)

 NOTE: The free RealMedia G2 version of the player software is required for viewing the concert. The technical requirements are described at the bottom of this page.

"The Pentagon Pops" event features a highly talented group of military musicians and vocalists from the elite Service bands. They present an inspiring patriotic program entitled "A Musical Salute to Guardians of Freedom." The Guardians of Freedom include patriots who served in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War. The event is hosted by Secretary of Defense and Mrs. William S. Cohen.
Hosted by:

Secretary of Defense
and Mrs. Cohen

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Master of

Tom Brokaw
NBC News Anchor

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Honoring Heroes:

Heroic Guardians of Freedom

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Internet broadcast services provided by ConnectLive Communications, Washington, D.C.
Performances by:

(to view - select "watch the entire concert"
on the left side of this page)

- U.S. Air Force "Airmen of Note"
- U.S. Army Chorale
- U.S. Navy "Country Current"
- U.S. Marine Corps "President's Own"

With Special Guests:

Jon Carroll
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David Ball
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Peabo Bryson
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In order to view the event through your computer you need to have the current version (version G2) of the RealMedia Player software installed on your computer. If you don't already have it, you can download a *FREE* version by clicking here. After downloading the file, you will need to then INSTALL the file by clicking on the file on your hard drive - this will run the installation process. Also, you will need to have a computer with speakers so it can play audio (sometimes the little internal speakers will work). If your company has a firewall, you may need to check with your company's firewall administrator to get configuration settings. If you still need help, send email to: support@ConnectLive.com

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Updated: 16 Feb 1999
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