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From its creation in 1921 through today, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery is our country’s most sacred shrine. Guarded by some of the most dedicated soldiers in the US Army, the Tomb has seen America through war and bloodshed across the globe, yet it remains a place where a grateful nation can grieve, remember, and honor. This video displays the dedication and honor one must display for this honorable duty. Runtime is approximately 56 minutes.
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Did you know?
What happened to the soldier that was in the Tomb from the Vietnam War?
The remains of the Vietnam Unknown Soldier were exhumed May 14, 1998. Based on mitochondrial DNA testing, DoD scientists identified the remains as those of Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, who was shot down near An Loc, Vietnam, in 1972. It has been decided that the crypt that contained the remains of the Vietnam Unknown will remain vacant. (Further Background) (News Article from the Department of Defense)