Arlington's new management makes progress
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) – The new management at Arlington National Cemetery is earning praise for cleaning up management problems that led to the mis-identification of a number of graves. A new report from the Pentagon’s inspector general concludes that the cemetery has been transformed into a premier institution, noting the use of geospatial technology to track cemetery operations. It also cites progress in verifying the names and dates on all headstones and grave markers at Arlington. More than 400,000 people are buried there.