About the Book
Honors at Arlington is a photo-documentary of an incredible 10 day journey on motorcycles across the United States; a massive undertaking to bury three forgotten war heros at Arlington National Cemetery. The remains of thousands of vets are sitting on the shelves of funeral homes across the country, often for years without the funds or the resources to pay them their due respect. Often they lie forgotten with no family left to claim them. The Missing in America Project finds these vets and seeks to honor them with the burials they deserve and escorts them to their final resting place with dignity.
Features & Details
- Category Business
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Aug 27, 2009
- Language English
- Tags MIssing in America Project, Vietnam Vets, veteran awareness, Fred Salanti, Honors at Arlington, Arlington Cemetery, Buffalo Soldiers, air force, armed services, MIAP, Veterans, bikers, motorcycles, Arlington, Forgotten, POW*MIA, PGR, activism, vets, military, burials, heros, navy, army, marines, officers, enlisted, war, battle, wars