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Posted: Thursday, January 31, 2013 7:00 am

WASHINGTON, D.C. — At President Obama’s inauguration ceremony last week, Ronan native Rick Luchau had the best seat in the house. Or, rather, the best seat on the horse.

Sergeant Luchau is a farrier for the Army’s Caisson Platoon, which uses horses to conduct full honors funerals for fallen soldiers at the Arlington National Cemetery. His distinguished service and aptitude on horseback earned Luchau a prestigious invitation to assume a leading position in the Presidential Inauguration Parade.

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