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Old 05-24-2009, 11:04 PM   #1
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Not counting the tomb of the unknown, after JFK's grave what is the second most visited grave in Arlington National Cemetary.
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:24 PM   #2
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Had to go look it up. Suprising, but he is certainly a hero.

I would have guessed General of the Armies John J. Pershing but, it's not him. Bobby Kennedy was another guess.
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Had to go look it up. Suprising, but he is certainly a hero.

I would have guessed General of the Armies John J. Pershing but, it's not him. Bobby Kennedy was another guess.
Don't keep us in suspense.
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forgot about that one.....

I thought maybe the Apollo 1 astronauts
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Don't have a clue.....Audie Murphy maybe?
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Geez, no one wants to wait or guess.

The correct answer is WWII hero Audie Murphy. There was a good background on him by Peggy Noonan in Sat. WSJ
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Or maybe the Challenger Astronauts?

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Geez, no one wants to wait or guess.

The correct answer is WWII hero Audie Murphy. There was a good background on him by Peggy Noonan in Sat. WSJ
Woo-Hoo.....beat you by 1 minute! What do I win????



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my guess was Ira Hayes.
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Give the man a cupie doll!
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Don't have a clue.....Audie Murphy maybe?
That's who I visited when I was there.
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Joe louis ?
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All I can say is, it's impossible to visit Arlington and not leave a changed person.
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I was last there in 1969 when I was in the Marines, took a trip on a weekend to DC. It does truly impact you, 40 years later I still remember.

I buried my Dad in 07 at Bushnell in Florida. That is also incredible, there were at least a dozen ongoing internments while I was there.
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