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Arlington National Cemetery

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Host Bob Edwards talks with Thomas Sherlock, historian for Arlington National Cemetery, about funerals for military personnel who died in combat during the recent war in Iraq. According to Sherlock, soldiers are being buried at a pace of about two to three per day.

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