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The President John F. Kennedy Eternal Flame is undergoing repairs and is being upgraded. In order to complete the work, the flame was fenced off and moved to a temporary burner off to the side. The work is expected to take three weeks, at which time it will the fence will be removed and the flame will be relit. Produced by Patrick Bloodgood. Includes soundbites from Lt. Col. David Fedroff, Arlington National Cemetery engineering chief.


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This work, JFK Eternal Flame Moved, by Patrick Bloodgood, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.29.2013

Date Posted:04.30.2013 8:06AM

Category:B-Roll

Video ID:288545

VIRIN:130429-A-OI229-050

Filename:DOD_100798590

Length:00:05:57

Location:ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY, VA, USGlobe

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