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    Solemn Honors at Arlington Cemetery for America's Falleni
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    May 30, 2016 12:40 PM
    As Americans remember on Memorial Day those who have fought and died for their nation, we look at the solemn burial ritual at Arlington National Cemetery, the nation’s largest and best known final resting place for military service members. Soldiers and horses -- members of the Caisson platoon of the 3d United States Infantry -- train constantly for this duty.

    Solemn Honors at Arlington Cemetery for America's Fallen

    As Americans remember on Memorial Day those who have fought and died for their nation, we look at the solemn burial ritual at Arlington National Cemetery, the nation’s largest and best known final resting place for military service members. Soldiers and horses -- members of the Caisson platoon of the 3d United States Infantry -- train constantly for this duty.


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