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    A lone U.S. Army bugler plays Taps at the conclusion of the First Annual Remembrance Ceremony in Dedication to Fallen Military Medical Personnel at Arlington National Cemetery, March 11, 2009.(DoD photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley/Released)

    Clemens-Martin, loydzilla, and 51 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. jpta56 112 months ago | reply

      Honored Guard

      We watched the casket passing by
      The honor guard stood tall
      Another soldier coming home
      Who’d answered country’s call

      Just another soldier now
      Who came back from the test
      Just another soldier
      Who had fallen on his quest

      Hallowed ground of honor,
      No glory did he seek
      See the endless row of headstones
      Silently they speak

      Slowly blows the bugle
      To remind us of the price
      As they laid to rest this soldier
      Freedoms child of sacrifice

      Delta Blue

    2. Franks Photos! 110 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called TOUR OF DUTY, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. Snaps, by "BigPapa" 108 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Gardens of Stone , and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. Al_HikesAZ 103 months ago | reply

      My father is buried in Arlington in the Section just west of the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial so this is special to me. Semper Fidelis

    5. JoshHeckathorn 100 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the touching photo. We used it in the following blog post: How to Close Credit Cards for Deceased Relatives

    6. Roscoul 99 months ago | reply

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      nice shot yet really sad image.

    7. uhhmika 98 months ago | reply

      I used this photo in my blog. I thought you might like to know <3

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    8. TesoriTrovati 97 months ago | reply

      I used your photo on a blog post that I did today on Veterans Day as part of my continuing posts entitled 30 Words. I describe something in exactly 30 words and have a corresponding photo to enhance the experience. Your photos are stunning and so meaningful. Thank you for sharing them.
      treasures-found.blogspot.com/2010/11/30-wordsremember.html

      Enjoy the day!
      Erin

    9. sulabrian123 93 months ago | reply

      Hi bro,

      This photo is really really amazing and I really like it!!

      Do you mind if I use this photo free as a background of my new music which I'll upload to my Youtube channel later?

      Here's the example:
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1nWj2cTPNA

      If so, I would love to mention this and mark your name under the description of the video. (consists of one photo and one track)

      Best,
      Chien-Yu

    10. Beverly & Pack 93 months ago | reply

      Sulabrian, This picture is in the public domain, with the information listed under the picture. As such, you are free to use it.

    11. GlobalQuiz.org 67 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo. We have used it in United States Quiz, as an illustration to "In which war did most American soldiers die?". The attribution is provided.

    12. bjmathews 48 months ago | reply

      I used this photo in a blog posting for a genealogy society.

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    13. everlastingfootprint 44 months ago | reply

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    14. markmelly1 6 months ago | reply

      Joshua Heckathorn Sad to see you opted for such a boring alternative. :(

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