US Military's Fallen Honored With Flagsi
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    May 29, 2016 7:51 AM
    Memorial Day is a long weekend for most Americans. For some, it is the unofficial start of summer -- local swimming pools open and outdoor grilling season begins. But Memorial Day remains true to its origins - a day to remember the U.S. military's fallen. Arash Arabasadi reports from the annual Flags In ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

    US Military's Fallen Honored With Flags

    Published May 29, 2016

    Memorial Day is a long weekend for most Americans. For some, it is the unofficial start of summer -- local swimming pools open and outdoor grilling season begins. But Memorial Day remains true to its origins - a day to remember the U.S. military's fallen. Arash Arabasadi reports from the annual Flags In ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.


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