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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - William Christman
The third man to walk on the moon is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in the company of more than 400 Medal of Honor recipients, 10 Revolutionary War veterans, civil rights activist Medgar Evers, and Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert.
Generations of descendants of the first soldier laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery commemorated the burial's 150th anniversary at a wreath-laying ceremony Tuesday.
Army Pvt. William Christman died in service to his country, but until this year his family didn't even know where he was buried.
"I ran across a few folks who knew this story," he said. "I started to explore it and research it. One thing led to another."
"It is just so overwhelming," she said.