The remains of U.S. soldiers killed hundreds may be buried in the wrong position (Figure)
United Arab Arlington National Cemetery
People’s Daily reported on June 12 near the U.S. capital of Washington, Arlington National Cemetery, the famous Tower. There has been buried with the dead since the Civil War, the U.S. military and the country has an outstanding contributor. Former U.S. President John F. Kennedy, the famous General Patton on the battlefield and killed in various military and their families, totaling more than 300,000 people buried here.
Recently, the U.S. military carried out a survey found that hundreds may be the remains of fallen soldiers buried at Arlington Cemetery when managers “unconscious” mistaken identity, the result was buried in the wrong position . It is reported that at least 211 soldiers buried under the tombstone and its identity does not match the news, the public outcry, severely damaged the reputation of this famous cemetery.
Army Minister Michael off the press, said 10, Arlington Cemetery Management Services is responsible for two civilian officials have been severely punished. The Pentagon has appointed a new head of the thorough investigation of the matter in order to identify all the “unworthy” of the tombstone. Mike Hugh also involved remains to be misplaced families of the soldiers expressed deep regret. Informed sources, 2008, Arlington Cemetery, “buried Manager” to bury the remains of an Air Force Master Sergeant Sergeant in a coffin above, then the latter’s widow complained to the authorities concerned, the cemetery on her husband actually put up someone else’s tombstone. Arlington Cemetery in the relevant investigation authorities found more similar to “own” the event. Statistics show an average of every working day at Arlington National Cemetery to be held 27 funerals. The greatest feature here is the simple rows of uniform white tombstones, from generals down to the ordinary soldiers, the same treatment. Since 1990, a total of 10 people buried in Arlington National Cemetery, but the number of staff here who has never reduced to 97 140 people. This may be caused by objective reasons for the mistake. (H Yi Jun)