Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy places flowers on President Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery, on March 16, 1967, after a ceremony following re-interment of the body of President John F. Kennedy to the permanent grave site.

Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy places flowers on President Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery, on March 16, 1967, after a ceremony following re-interment of the body of President John F. Kennedy to the permanent grave site.

Thank you for your service...Graves at Arlington National Cemetery (Free Download Poster)

Thank you for your service...Graves at Arlington National Cemetery (Free Download Poster)

I found this on Twitter posted by user @davidjones720 when it was retweeted by user @dkpickett1: “Why is it that 70% of the population cant stop a Muslim Mosque from being build at ground zero, but...

I found this on Twitter posted by user @davidjones720 when it was retweeted by user @dkpickett1: “Why is it that 70% of the population cant stop a Muslim Mosque from being build at ground zero, but...

Arlington National Cemetery Tour - Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Changing of the Guard), Kennedy gravesites

Arlington National Cemetery Tour - Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Changing of the Guard), Kennedy gravesites

"San Antonio National Cemetery, the oldest national cemetery  in Texas, is located two miles east of downtown San Antonio. The national cemetery sits in the middle of a  cluster of 30 other cemeteries and serves as the burial ground for soldiers posted to the western frontier and veterans of the Indian Wars and  Spanish-American War.  Today, the  cemetery is the final resting place for several famous Texans, many Medal of  Honor recipients, and more than 280 African American “Buffalo”…

"San Antonio National Cemetery, the oldest national cemetery in Texas, is located two miles east of downtown San Antonio. The national cemetery sits in the middle of a cluster of 30 other cemeteries and serves as the burial ground for soldiers posted to the western frontier and veterans of the Indian Wars and Spanish-American War. Today, the cemetery is the final resting place for several famous Texans, many Medal of Honor recipients, and more than 280 African American “Buffalo”…

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