Arlington National Cemetery was established during the U.S. Civil War, in Arlington County, Virginia. The cemetery is maintained and attended by the U.S. Army, and war veterans from all branches of the U.S. military service are buried here.

Arlington National Cemetery is the most important military cemetery.

History

Arlington National Cemetery was established during the U.S. Civil War, in Arlington County, Virginia. The cemetery is maintained and attended by the U.S. Army, and war veterans from all branches of the U.S. military service are buried here.

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