Remains Of Sailors From Civil War -Era Ship Buried At Arlington Cemetery

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A man dressed as a Union soldier salutes during a funeral service at... News PhotoAdult,Arlington - Virginia,Arlington National Cemetery,Army Soldier,Carrying,Cemetery,Ceremony,Civil War,Clothing,Coffin,Conflict,Funeral,Horizontal,Men,Navy,North Carolina - US State,People,Religious Service,Sailor - Human Role,Saluting,US Navy,USA,WarPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesARLINGTON, VA - MARCH 08: A man dressed as a Union soldier salutes during a funeral service at Arlington National Cemetery as members of a U.S. Navy ceremonial team carry the caskets of two unknown sailors who were killed in 1862 when the Civil War era USS Monitor sank off the coast of North Carolina March 8, 2013 in Arlington, Virgiina. The sailors' remains, recovered when a portion of the ship was raised eleven years ago, were buried with full military honors. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)