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Any media interested in covering this year's National Memorial Day Observance Events should review the following media advisory and contact Public Affairs:
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Arlington National Cemetery May 20
"The changing of the guard ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery is especially memorable for Francis Gunderson." Detroit Lakes veteran returns to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier over 50 years after serving as sentinel via
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Arlington National Cemetery May 20
Station closure behind us, Summer Shutdown will impact visitors coming from or going to metro stops beyond Reagan Airport. Review and plan accordingly. Arlington Cemetery Station Closed This Weekend, Summer Shutdown Starting Next Week via
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Arlington National Cemetery May 20
On Friday, U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard helped conduct military funeral honors for Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Brodsky in Section 60. Brodsky died in 2012 from injuries from a dismounted improvised explosive device blast in Afghanistan. (U.S. Army photo by Elizabeth Fraser)
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The Joint Staff May 18
On this , we give thanks for all who have worn the cloth of our nation and pledged their lives in its defense. 🇺🇸 Earlier today , and participated in a wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier .
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Arlington National Cemetery May 19
Reminder: Arlington Cemetery metro station will be closed today for scheduled maintenance. Free shuttle buses replace Blue Line trains between Arlington Cemetery and Pentagon. Metro service at this station should return to regular hours tomorrow.
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Arlington National Cemetery May 18
Reminder: Arlington Cemetery metro station will be closed today and tomorrow for scheduled maintenance. Free shuttle buses replace Blue Line trains between Arlington Cemetery and Pentagon. Please plan your weekend visit accordingly:
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Arlington National Cemetery May 17
Reminder: Arlington Cemetery metro station will be closed Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19 for scheduled maintenance. Free shuttle buses replace Blue Line trains between Arlington Cemetery and Pentagon. Please plan your weekend visit accordingly:
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Arlington National Cemetery May 16
There will be a scheduled ceremonial flyover of Arlington National Cemetery and the National Capital Region at approximately 1310 hours comprising of 4 MV-22s today.
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Arlington National Cemetery May 16
Per , Arlington Cemetery metro station will be closed Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19 for scheduled maintenance. Free shuttle buses replace Blue Line trains between Arlington Cemetery and Pentagon. Info on weekend service here: cc:
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Arlington National Cemetery May 16
One more day to apply for our open Security Specialist position. View the job announcement and apply at :
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U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii May 14
Did you notice the U.S. flag was flown at half-staff today? It was a mark of respect to the memory of Gen. Crosbie E. Saint, who was laid to rest at Cemetery earlier today. (📷 by Staff Sgt. William H. McMichael)
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Arlington National Cemetery May 14
Sir, can you please send us a direct message with your contact info so a member of our staff can reach out to you?
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LA County Sheriff's May 13
Today, , and Peace Officers from throughout Southern California gathered to pay tribute to 2018 Fallen Officers at wreath laying ceremony at Tomb of Unknown Soldier,
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San Diego Sheriff May 13
💐 Honor Guard is in Washington, D.C. for in memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. Today even in the rain, they paid their respects and laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Arlington National Cemetery May 13
in 1864, Pvt. William Christman was the first military service member to be buried at the cemetery. He is laid to rest in Section 27, Grave 19.
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Arlington National Cemetery May 13
Rainy days like today will make the marble at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier slippery. If you visit the cemetery on days like today, please wear appropriate footwear and use caution when moving on the wet marble.
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Arlington National Cemetery May 12
On Friday, a firing party from the Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C. (8th and I) fired 3-rifle volley as part of military funeral honors with a funeral escort for U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Benjamin Hines in Section 60. (U.S. Army photo by Elizabeth Fraser)
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Arlington National Cemetery May 11
Yesterday, several C-47s flew over Arlington National Cemetery. (U.S. Army Photo by Elizabeth Fraser)
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Arlington National Cemetery May 10
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, , presents the U.S. flag to Scott Hines during the funeral of his son, U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Benjamin Hines, in Section 60. We're honored to care Staff Sgt. Hines' final resting place. (U.S. Army photo by Elizabeth Fraser)
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