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Arlington Digital Art - Arlington National Cemetery by Michael Rucker

Arlington National Cemetery is a piece of digital artwork by Michael Rucker which was uploaded on April 14th, 2013.

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Very interesting description!

Michael Rucker replied:

Thank You Carmen

Wonderful tribute Michael. V

Michael Rucker replied:

Thank You

This is a powerful moment in time that you have Created!! I buried my dad at A.N.C. many years ago. Thanks for sharing this.

Michael Rucker replied:

Thank You Sir

Thank you for creating this, it brought tears to my eyes, more than 60 years later. This unique piece of art has been published in ARTIST NEWS, an internet publication............... Many of my Brothers are here from the 5th Regimental Combat Team. The oldest Regiment in the US Army still on active duty. The only Regiment from Korea that was allowed a Memorial in Arlington due to their record in Korea. Many are here, though my Platoon Leader Lt Dodd who could have been, but chose to be close to home. He was awarded the Medal of Honor in Korea who lead the 2nd Platoon in a charge up Subuksan a tough Mountain to fight on, in Korea. LT Dodds action lead to getting the entire company moving up the mountain. Result was that the 2nd Battalion of the 5th RCT wiped out an entire Chinese Division that outnumbered us three to one. . . . Will have to dig out a photo of that Mountain. Carl Dodd's record is in Wikipedia, too long to type here.

Michael Rucker replied:

Thank You Sir

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