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US Army Corps of Engineers
Southwestern Division

JFK Eternal Flame
Nicholas Backert, a Norfolk District project engineer, looks at the President John F. Kennedy Eternal Flame at Arlington National Cemetery before contractors instal white fencing to block the public’s view of the site April 29, 2013. Repairs and upgrades to the flame include installing burners, an igniter, and new gas and air lines. Contractors estimate that work on the burner itself will take three weeks.

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