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President Bill Clinton Places A Wreath At The Tomb of the Unknowns, Memorial Day 1998
Arlington National Cemetery, Winter Scene
The Old Guard Bids Farewell To Another Comrade
The Flag Adjacent To The Tomb of the Unknowns Remains At Half-Staff Throughout The Day When Funerals Are Taking Place
The Old Guard In Review – 1998
The crew of a US Air Force aircraft which was shot down in Soviet Armenia on September 2, 1948, is escorted to its gravesite in Section 34 of Arlington National Cemetery, September 2, 1998. Photos courtesy of the US Air Force


The Prisoner-of-War/Missing-in-Action flag and bearer guards the repatriated remains of 17 Air Force crewmembers aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft shot down by MiGs over Soviet Armenia Sept. 2, 1958. The remains of 17 U.S. Airmen shot down during the Cold War were interred as a group in Arlington National Cemetery Sept. 2, 1998. With this group identification of 17 men, 18 Americans have been identified from Cold War losses, and 123 are still unaccounted-for.
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