What the flag laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery means for one soldier | USA TODAY 1

What the flag laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery means for one soldier | USA TODAY

 

More than 1,000 joint service members placed flags in front of 260,000 headstones across Arlington National Cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day.
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3 comments

  1. What’s the point ?
    Who of them died, actually DEFENDINGUSA and not simply Rotschild’s interests ?

    1. You make all the deaths seem like they are mindless patriots. You obviously don’t understand why you have your freedoms…

    2. @Marseilles Vieux
      Not mindless patriots.
      People willing to murder strangers for their monthly paycheck.
      Why go through all that trouble ?
      Woldn’t a work for local Narco clan be cleaner, more honorable and honest solution ?

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