Arlington National Cemetery – Various Views

It was a sunny, cool morning at Arlington National Cemetery. We went and saw the Kennedy grave, saw my mother’s grave, and the grave of George C. Marshall and his family. Then we went to the top of the hill for the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It turned out that we not only saw the changing of the guard, but also a wreath laying ceremony and the playing of Taps by the bugle player. Here are the photos…

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