Tuesday, Nov 11 • 1 p.m. (ET)
Section 60 is a 14-acre plot of Arlington National Cemetery where many service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan have been laid to rest. It's also where a community of sorts has sprung up among loved ones. This Veteran's Day we consider the lives, deaths and legacies of some of those buried there.
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