Perhaps I'm a little cranky on this subject, but the tombstone at Arlington National Cemetary called "The Tomb of the Unknown," has been on my rant list for however long ago the word "Soldier" was taken off of it. The way it is now sounds like a Star Trec segment name. I was told it was a sexist thing. Last I heard ladies in the military are soldiers, sailors , or airmen (a little sexist maybe.) Unknown, says just that. Maybe a stash of quarters, a baseball card, Maryland Monroes lipstick or just air and dust. It was first dedicated On 4 March 1921 as a congressional act as The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier. If they want to memorialize the unknown do it right. Put a tombstone somewhere unknown so only folks who aren't in the know might know where it is, or not, maybe. There has to be a better reason for the change than somebody's sex. Please enlighten me.