A film about President John F. Kennedy's last Veterans Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, United States, just 11 days before his assassination. The President's Own United States Marine Corps Band plays at the Amphitheater. Honor Guard and Color Guard march amidst spectators towards the podium. Band plays as Honor Guards hand over six freedom torches to representatives of six different nations at the ceremony. Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee addresses the gathering. He talks about the importance of Veterans Day. U.S. Army General David M. Shoe addresses the audiences. View of graves and scenes at the Arlington National Cemetery. The United States Marine Band plays. Various views of the musicians as they play, and of band director Albert F. Schoepper. People applaud. A man amongst the audiences clicks pictures. People stand as President John F. Kennedy leaves. People pay respect to the war veterans. Marine Corps War Memorial. A guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Wreaths at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier.
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