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Mary Parker, Ensign Robert Langwell's aunt, receives a flag from Rear Adm. Jim Shannonto during the burial service for Langwell in Section 40 of Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington on Monday, July 12, 2010. Langwell was one of two sailors missing after the USS Magpie struck a mine off the coast of Chuksan-ri, South Korea, on Oct. 1, 1950. (AP Photo/Drew Angerer)
Photo by: Drew Angerer
Mary Parker, Ensign Robert Langwell's aunt, receives a flag from Rear Adm. Jim Shannonto during the burial service for Langwell in Section 40 of Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington on Monday, July 12, 2010. Langwell was one of two sailors missing after the USS Magpie struck a mine off the coast of Chuksan-ri, South Korea, on Oct. 1, 1950. (AP Photo/Drew Angerer)

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