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I write now after a long hiatus, not because there was nothing to write, but because sometimes just living is a big job in itself. The last months in Costa Rica were a whirlwind of school projects, class trips, preformances, reunions, final exams, new ...
So here I am. Back in Arlington for two weeks now. My pack still isn't unpacked and I'm just now beginning to let everyone know that I'm back. I admit, I've been somewhat of a hermit these last couple of weeks. But it's not because I don't want to see ...
I know we've been back for over three months, but I still think it’s fitting to do some sort of final month and trip wrap-up, since we hit the ground running back in August and didn’t have time for a while. First of all, some thoughts about ...
Shortly after I turned 21, I made a list of "30 Things to Do Before I Turn 30." I can't remember where or how I got the idea to do this, but I distinctly remember writing it out on a scrap sheet of paper while on a flight home from a vacation in New ...
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Entrance at Arlington Memorial Bridge, Arlington, Virginia, United States
Veterans of every American war from the Revolution to the country's most recent conflicts are buried at Arlington, which was officially declared a military cemetery in 1864. Among the more than 260,000 dead are three unidentified service members, buried at the Tomb of the Unknowns, and John F. Kennedy, whose gravesite is marked by an eternal flame.
1400 Defense Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States
The headquarters of the United States Department of Defense are housed in the massive Pentagon, whose five wedge-shaped sections represent the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Arlington Blvd. and Meade St., Arlington, Virginia, United States
Commonly called the "Iwo Jima Memorial," the statue is a depiction of the famous raising of the U.S. flag on Iwo Jima and is dedicated to all Marines who have given their lives defending that flag.
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, United States
Guarded around the clock by the Army's 3rd infantry, this memorial in Arlington National Cemetery honors unidentified American soldiers from the two World Wars and the Korean War.