Keeping watch over the fallen
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Keeping watch over the fallen

Employees of the National Cemetery Administration care for the graves of millions of veterans, fallen troops and their families. The Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis is one of NCA's busiest. Ed O'Keefe reports. (Ed O'Keefe/Photo by Sid Hastings/The Washington Post)

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