The Story of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, January 31, 2018

    A short military history biography of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier — a monument dedicated to U.S. service members who have died without their remains being identified, located in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. These U.S. Unknowns who were interred are also recipients of the Medal of Honor, presented by U.S. Presidents who presided over their funerals.

    For education, entertainment, enlightenment and inspiration. We hope you enjoy and even learn something. Never forget!

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  • Carol Comx

    Carol Comx

     13 hours ago


  • Narciso Rodriguez

    Narciso Rodriguez


    God bless our nation soldiers who die for our nation

  • Carbomb _Yt

    Carbomb _Yt

     7 days ago +1


  • It Is Wednesday my dudes

    It Is Wednesday my dudes

     9 days ago

    Known to no one but the Lord himself. These soldiers names may never be known, but they will never be forgotten. They gave there lifes for what they believed in. God bless our military. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  • Max martinez

    Max martinez

     16 days ago

    God bless all that served and thank you! May you all Rest In Peace 🙏🏻

  • Maylee Duron Duron

    Maylee Duron Duron

     16 days ago

    I hope that the unknow soldier rests in peace and all the others who are dead😢😭😿😿💀

  • Andrew Tongue

    Andrew Tongue

     20 days ago

    In truth, I cannot (now) see that it matters that any, one individual may "dislike" such a video presentation. I served in a British Airborne regiment - & whatever nation makes representation to the 'Unknown Soldier(s)', it is our privilege in 'knowing' same. I lost many comrades in arms, in two conflicts - they were known to me; but ultimately, even anonymously, they gave their all to the inalienable conviction in fighting for the freedoms of the many. That one factor alone should be the motivation to honour our wartime dead; the dissenters who rail against war - make protest their own conviction, & do precisely that by dint of the liberties afforded (them) by the men & women who selflessly gave their lives to ensure (we) continue to have such.

  • grimey 5.56

    grimey 5.56

     22 days ago

    The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is an honor for those who fought for our rights in this country. And sadly couldn't be recognized or found after or during war. They are recognized by is honor, bravery and sacrifice. I thank every man and woman who serve for protecting our way of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness.

  • Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf

     24 days ago

    for his OR HER heroic actions DUMB ASS

  • C Snoopy

    C Snoopy

     25 days ago

    This choked me up. I’m not even American

  • Adam Hessler

    Adam Hessler

     27 days ago

    Amazing story. Thank you.

  • Pbounds


     1 months ago +1

    Dude hero’s such as Chris Kyle Audi Murphy and so many others don’t get this honor I don’t get it

  • Noble Outcast

    Noble Outcast

     1 months ago

    imagine if they just brought back a civilian?

  • Marcos Virto

    Marcos Virto

     1 months ago

    I loved every second of this video. Thank you for this. And thank you all who have served.

  • Thomas Aldridge

    Thomas Aldridge

     1 months ago

    It represents every soldier, every American, these people had lives, parents, people that loved them, and they're honored without a name, you people that don't respect it guess what, you're lost.

  • orangey juice

    orangey juice

     1 months ago

    How is my profile pic



     1 months ago +1

    Hacksaw Ridge said it best.
    "Please, Lord. Help me get one more."
    There's no such thing as "One more" until there's no-one else left to save.

  • Aden Hammond

    Aden Hammond

     1 months ago +1


  • Aden Hammond

    Aden Hammond

     1 months ago +1


  • Irvineblue 21

    Irvineblue 21

     1 months ago +1

    Going there in 27 days for school field trip
    (We’re based in Newport Beach California)