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Military stand-ins for the 56th Presidential Inaugural Rehearsal walk down the eastside steps of the Capitol building toward a VH-60 helicopter Jan. 11. Army Staff Sgt. Derrick Brooks, 741st Military Intelligence, and a Fayetteville, N.C., native, stood in for President-elect Barrack Obama. Navy Seaman LaSean McCray, a Miami native, played the role of Michelle Obama. Playing the part of Vice President-elect Joe Biden was Army Spc. Nicholas Rupple, a native of Fairfax, Va. Standing in for Jill Biden was Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Karen Lowden, a native of Cambridge, Ohio. Army Maj. Gen. Richard J. Rowe, Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region, (middle) acted as himself.
090111-M-0822C-004.jpg Photo By: Lance Cpl. Bryan G. Carfrey

Jan 11, 2009
Military stand-ins for the 56th Presidential Inaugural Rehearsal walk down the eastside steps of the Capitol building toward a VH-60 helicopter Jan. 11. Army Staff Sgt. Derrick Brooks, 741st Military Intelligence, and a Fayetteville, N.C., native, stood in for President-elect Barrack Obama. Navy Seaman LaSean McCray, a Miami native, played the role of Michelle Obama. Playing the part of Vice President-elect Joe Biden was Army Spc. Nicholas Rupple, a native of Fairfax, Va. Standing in for Jill Biden was Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Karen Lowden, a native of Cambridge, Ohio. Army Maj. Gen. Richard J. Rowe, Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region, (middle) acted as himself.


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