ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — At Arlington National Cemetery last November officials marked the 100th anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. An unidentified World War I veteran’s remains were interred there.
At Meadowlawn Cemetery in Enterprise, a flower garden and monument were dedicated to representing the city’s commitment to its active and retired military community.
The Enterprise High School’s JROTC color guard posted the colors in the ceremony.
Cathy Brown is a legacy member of the Society of The Honor Guard.
Her late father was a Sergeant of the Guard at the Tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
Meadowlawn Cemetery operator, Julian Boyd, tells WDHN the flower garden and monument are fitting with a large number of active and retired military populations due to Ft. Rucker.