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Cpl. William R. Davidson of Philadelphia, Pa., 114th Graves Registration Co., Quartermaster Corps, fills out a Form 52B, giving information regarding a deceased American soldier at the UN Cemetery at Taegu, Korea.  At right are (l-r) marker (cross), unidentified soldier marker (triangular) and small bottle containing Form 1042 which is buried with the soldier, U.S. Army Photograph, 23 January 1951
Cpl. Marlin R. Shive of York, Pa. (right), blows taps as Chaplain (DAC) John F. Coffey of Detroit, Mich., a Maryknoll Father of Headquarters, 2nd Infantry Division, prays over a grave at the Miryang United Nations Cemetery, Miryang, Korea, U.S. Army Photograph, 11 January 1951
THREE HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH QM GRAVES REGISTRATION COMPANY ON MANEUVERS:  Reverent care is used in the handling of simulated “remains”.   Preparing to remove “remains” to Division Collecting Point are, left to right: Pvt. Albert Thomas of Tennessee, and Pvt. Robert Stewart. U. S. Army Photograph,   21 Aug. 1951
Undated photograph – Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery. 
Photo by U. S. Army Signal Corps.