National Cemetery of the Alleghenies covers 292 acres in Cecil Washington County, Pennsylvania, approximately 20 miles (30 km) southwest of Pittsburgh. The cemetery was dedicated on October 9, 2005, by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration and is one of the newest cemeteries in the National Cemetery system.
REMEMBER THEM ON THIS MEMORIAL DAY; 1,100,000 died in all wars beginning with the American Revolutionary War when 4,435 died in battle.
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