Sandy on August 27th, 2011

I’ve written a couple of times about the scandalous situation at Arlington National Cemetery regarding the mismatched and unmarked graves and mismanagement of records which prompted an FBI criminal probe If you’d like to read my articles to get up to speed click on the links: Arlington National Cemetery records found in an unsecured storage […]

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As reported in the article today, a congressional subcommittee was informed that 59 boxes of records about people buried in Arlington National Cemetery have been discovered in an unsecured Virginia storage locker. The records contained the names and social security numbers of the deceased, but officials believe the security risk is low. The boxes […]

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Yet another chapter in the saga of Arlington National Cemetery has hit the airways. This time it’s concern over the fate of the 9-foot tall decorative marble urns that for decades flanked the stage of Arlington’s Memorial Amphitheater. The urns, now owned by an antiques dealer, will be put up for sale at the Potomack […]

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