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Debunked: Using Money To Honor The Fallen At Arlington

Viral videos detail the use of spare change to honor the fallen at Arlington National Cemetery. It turns out, it's nothing more than an urban legend.

Debunked: Using Money To Honor The Fallen At Arlington
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Viral videos detailing the use of spare change to honor the fallen at Arlington National Cemetery are circling the internet. While its origin may hold a kernel of truth, it turns out to largely be nothing more than a myth. However, another type of coin honoring the fallen is seen as one of the most powerful gestures in the military.

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