1. American Dreamer

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    from Ken Vorisek / Added

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    The American Dream is still the envy of the world. Never give up on your dreams or the day will come when you no longer dream.

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    • Angela's Angle - Arlington Cemetery

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      from Soul of the South Television / Added

      05.15.14 DCB Seg 6

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      • Arlington

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        from Paul Daniels / Added

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        John Pagenkopf Memorial

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        • Arlington Cemetery (In-Camera Editing)

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          from Ben L. / Added

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          This video was done for an in-camera editing assignment. All the clips in the sequence are unedited, hence the rawness, shakiness and lengthy duration for some of them No sound was recorded on the camera, so I added in a music track to make the viewing process more enjoyable, or else you would be watching a 3-minute unedited silent film. Simply mute the audio to watch the video as it was in the actual submission version. You may also notice that the video is overexposed in some areas and grainy throughout. This was a mistake on my part, as it was my first time handling the video camera, so I was not familiar with the camera's functions and settings, and I did not perform a thorough check before shooting. Filmed on a Sony HXR NX5. Music: "Praying for You" by Hans Zimmer, The Pacific OST

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          • Arlington Cemetery - Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Changing of the Guard.

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            from Jerry Ballengee / Added

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            Video taken during the changing of the guard on 3/21/2012 at 3pm. The guard is changed every hour on the hour in an elaborate ritual. An impeccably uniformed relief commander appears on the plaza to announce the Changing of the Guard. Soon the new sentinel leaves the Quarters and unlocks the bolt of his or her M-14 rifle to signal to the relief commander to start the ceremony. The relief commander walks out to the Tomb and salutes, then faces the spectators and asks them to stand and stay silent during the ceremony. The relief commander conducts a detailed white-glove inspection of the weapon, checking each part of the rifle once. Then, the relief commander and the relieving sentinel meet the retiring sentinel at the center of the matted path in front of the Tomb. All three salute the Unknowns who have been symbolically given the Medal of Honor. Then the relief commander orders the relieved sentinel, "Pass on your orders." The current sentinel commands, "Post and orders, remain as directed." The newly posted sentinel replies, "Orders acknowledged," and steps into position on the black mat. When the relief commander passes by, the new sentinel begins walking at a cadence of 90 steps per minute. The Tomb Guard marches 21 steps down the black mat behind the Tomb, turns, faces east for 21 seconds, turns and faces north for 21 seconds, then takes 21 steps down the mat and repeats the process. After the turn, the sentinel executes a sharp "shoulder-arms" movement to place the weapon on the shoulder closest to the visitors to signify that the sentinel stands between the Tomb and any possible threat. Twenty-one was chosen because it symbolizes the highest military honor that can be bestowed -- the 21-gun salute. Duty time when not "walking" is spent in the Tomb Guard Quarters below the Memorial Display Room of the Memorial Amphitheater where they study Cemetery "knowledge," clean their weapons and help the rest of their relief prepare for the Changing of the Guard. The guards also train on their days off. The Guards of Honor at the Tomb of the Unknowns are highly motivated and are proud to honor all American service members who are "Known But to God."

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            • Arlington Cemetery Visit

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              from Jim Forrest / Added

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              Mother visiting the grave of her son killed in Afghanistan. The son is buried next to his best friend also killed in Afghanistan. One a navy Seal, the other a Captain in the Marines.

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              • Arlington - In Eternal Vigil

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                from 45 North Communications / Added

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                www.patriotseries.com Visit our website to purchase the DVD. Arlington: In Eternal Vigil is a powerful, inspiring and thought-provoking Television Special and DVD Documentary using Arlington National Cemetery as a platform for discovering the source of America’s greatness - our nation’s legacy of service, sacrifice, and commitment to the key values of freedom and duty. The production is a one-hour Television Special and expanded Home DVD that captures the heart of Arlington Cemetery and represents the first in a series of original Television Specials/DVD Documentaries entitled the “American Patriot Series.”

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                • Arlington National Cemetery: Honor Restored

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                  from Association of the U.S. Army / Added

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                  Produced by the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), “Arlington National Cemetery: Honor Restored,” is a 14-minute overview of the complete organizational evolution that has restored Arlington National Cemetery to its rightful place of honor. When issues were raised about Arlington in 2010, the United States Army brought a host of resources to bear to meet the challenge. Arlington’s operations were modernized by geospatially mapping the cemetery, digitally archiving all records, upgrading grounds equipment, and overhauling training and certification of employees. In less than two years Arlington National Cemetery has been restored to its rightful place as a state of the art national treasure, well ahead of the timelines set by the president’s Managing Government Records Directive. Now recognized as the military’s center of excellence for cemeteries, ANC’s executive director was recently designated as the HQDA staff principal responsible for enacting the same level of operational excellence across all military cemeteries under Army purview. As an advocate and supporter of the United States Army, AUSA is proud to help spread the good news about Arlington National Cemetery.

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                  • At Ease, a song by David Glaser

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                    from On My Mind Productions / Added

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                    At Ease is a tribute to the fallen heroes of war. Song written and performed by David Glaser (www.davidglaser.com) Used by permission of the author. Video and stills by Terry Georgia, On My Mind Productions Edited by Terry Georgia, On My Mind Productions May 27, 2013, Memorial Day

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                    • Bobby's Funeral

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                      from patricia / Added

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                      Brother's funeral Service at Arlington Cemetery. This was made to honor my brother and family.

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