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THIS WEEK’S VIDEO TO WATCH: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S PORTRAIT OF ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

In 2004, National Geographic produced a look at the day in the life of Arlington National Cemetery, titled Arlington: Field of Honor. As writer/producer/director of the film John Bredar says:

We’ve all heard of Arlington, but we don’t really understand it. The film tries to take people there, because it’s a critical part of our history and a critical part of our future. “Arlington: Field of Honor,” is a soulful, intimate and inspiring look at the effort put forth by a variety of people who toil there.

The Honor Bell will sound its seven tolls at military funerals across Colorado starting in June, 2015. Help us to sound these final solemn notes for America’s heroes by making a donation today.

TOUR ONE OF AMERICA’S MOST SACRED PLACES AND EXPLORE ITS HALLOWED HISTORY IN THIS POWERFUL PORTRAIT.

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