Honoring Veterans At Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
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Rory Butler and Joe Hoffmann of Troop 161 at St. Simon the Apostle in South St. Louis County were among 4,000 Boy Scouts to place American flags on 183,000 graves at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery on Memorial Day.

Photographer: Diana Linsley
Date: May 30, 2011

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