By Freddy Groves
King Features Syndicate
In early December, when the Wreaths Across America program put wreaths on graves at Arlington National Cemetery, I flashed back to the ongoing problem of the graves errors at the cemetery: unmarked graves, headstones with no remains, broken urns with scattered remains, graves with more than one person buried in them.
The problems, it was thought at the time, could involve upward of 6,000 graves.
Congress demanded that the Army “provide an accounting” of all the gravesites at Arlington.