Who Was John Gwinn?

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167 years ago this Labor Day weekend, U.S. Navy Captain John Gwinn died and was buried–for the first time! His third burial came 85 years ago in Arlington National Cemetery, marked by this benign headstone. Who was he and what was the story behind his grave-hopping odyssey? Stay tuned to the Naval Historical Foundation as we untangle this mystery in coming months.

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One Response to Who Was John Gwinn?

  1. Nicholas Voge says:

    I’ve recently finished translating the autobiography of Yutaka Yokota, one of the few kaiten human-torpedo pilots to survive the war. If you think your readers might find this of interest…
    www.amazon.com/Kaiten-Special-Attack-Group-Stolen-ebook/dp/B01MTOGWPE/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1480398374&sr=1-1&keywords=kaiten+special+attack+group

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