America's most recent war dead lie in a quiet patch of ground at Arlington National Cemetery known as Section 60.
In that parcel are 485 men and women who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Most tourists keep to other paths at the cemetery, visiting the Tomb of the Unknowns or President John F. Kennedy's gravesite. However, especially on Memorial Day weekend, relatives and friends pay their respects at the graves in Section 60. Read full article »