Unknown Soldier from World War I being taken from the USS Olympia at the Washington Navy Yard and transported to the US Capitol to lay in state. On November 1921 the body was intered at Arlington National Cemetery
"The Tomb of the Unknowns" via The U. Army: Sentinels from the U. Infantry Regiment "The Old Guard" stand watch at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery 365 days a year, in all types of weather.
The Unknown Soldier is carried down the capitol steps to the caisson United States Army Photo
The officers of Fallschirmjäger-Brigade Ramcke wash their hands in a breaking point while on their way to Greece, at the summer of 1942, from left to right: unknown soldier, Major Friedrich August Freiherr von der Heydte, Oberleutnant Rolf Mager and Oberleutnant Horst Trebes. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
Unknown Soldier of World War I Escorts on the right side of gun carriage. Army generals and a Navy admiral form the outside rank with Soldiers (Sergeant Samuel Woodfill, first mentioned in Pershing's list of war heroes, Sergeants Harry Taylor of the cavalry, Thomas D.Saunders of the engineers, Louis Razga of the coast artillery, James W. Dall of the field guns), two Chief Petty Officers (Chief Torpedo Man James Delaney and Chief Water Tender Charles Lee O'Connor) and Marine Sergeant…