November 11th is the 100th anniversary of the interment of the Word War One Unknown Soldier. For the first time, the public has been allowed to place flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
One of our BVA leadership who lives in Virginia, Richard Truman, went to pay his respects at Arlington National Cemetery. It was a humbling experience where he was able to honor 'An American Soldier, Known But To God'.
Below is a photo from Section 59 at Arlington Cemetery where the Lebanon Cedar Tree remembering those lost in Beirut is located.