World War I soldier honored at Arlington Cemetery
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World War I soldier honored at Arlington Cemetery

Private Thomas D. Costello, 26, of New York City was killed Sept. 16, 1918 in France during World War I. After initially being buried in the battlefield, his remains were recovered in 2006. French military attache Col. Brice Houdet came to pay his respects at a funeral held for Costello at Arlington Cemetery. (Michael Ruane/The Washington Post)

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