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Arlington Cemetery ~ This photo does not do the place justice. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Famous Headstones> Walter Reed-had the break through in yellow fever research

(Sharon) Christa Corrigan McAuliffe - Birth:  Sep. 2, 1948 Boston MA. Death:  Jan. 28, 1986. Cape Canaveral Florida, USA. Astronaut, Educator. She was a teacher, and was slated to be the first civilian in space, assigned to fly about the ill-fated space shuttle "USS Challenger". The image of her jaunty stride and exuberant wave as she entered Challenger spacecraft shortly before the ill-fated mission ended in tragedy has become an icon of the 20th century.

28 janvier 1986 : Explosion de la navette Challenger Christa McAuliffe - Teacher/astronaut, she died in the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger

Columbia Memorial ~ Arlington National Cemetery ~ Arlington ~ Virginia ~ A memorial to the Space Shuttle Columbia astronauts who lost their lives in the tragic accident on February 1, 2003.

Columbia Memorial ~ Arlington National Cemetery ~ Arlington ~ Virginia ~ A memorial to the Space Shuttle Columbia astronauts who lost their lives in the tragic accident on February

Sally Ride (1951 - 2012) Astronaut, first American woman in space when she flew on the space shuttle Challenger in 1983

Sally Ride - buried in Woodlawn Cemetery Mortuary and Mausoleum in Santa Monica, CA. She was the first American woman astronaut in space when she flew on the space shuttle Challenger in

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James Parks (1843 - 1929) - Find A Grave Photos

James Parks - Freed slave who is prominently buried in Arlington National Cemetery and is the only person buried there who was born on the grounds.

Arlington National Cemetery Photos : Challenger Memorial

Washington DC Photos: Arlington National Cemetery

Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery - Tribute to the Brave Crew of the United States Space Shuttle Challenger - January 28 1986

Audie Murphy's grave site was visited so often that a pathway had to be made so people could walk right up to the site and not mess up the grass!

Audie Murphy's grave site was visited so often that a pathway had to be made so people could walk right up to the site and not mess up the grass!

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