The remains of the Unknown servicemen of World War II and the Korean War will be interested in crypts along side the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the World War I.
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery. Sentry on duty.
Location of new crypts.
Workers inspecting linings and waterproofing of crypts.
Chiseling and sending granite slabs.
Sentry walking his post.
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Background: The remains of the Unknown servicemen of World War II and the Korean War will be interested in crypts along side the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the World War I. Each of the crypts will be capped with a flat slab of granite. The one containing the Unknown of World War II will be inscribed with the numerals "1941-1945" and the cap covering the crypt of the Korean War Unknown will bear on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier which reads: "Here Rests in Honored Glory an American Soldier Known But to God."
Film depicts preparation of the crypts at Arlington National Cemetery.