Army Col. John Schrader demonstrates the ANC Explorer application for Arlington National Cemetery, on his phone, after a news conference in Washington, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. Arlington National Cemetery plans to make available to the public the detailed geospatial database it has developed over several years while overhauling its records and responding to reports of misidentified remains. The database will be available over the Internet and through a mobile phone app that visitors to the cemetery can take with them to find a specific gave anywhere in the cemetery. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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Army Col. John Schrader demonstrates the ANC Explorer application for Arlington National Cemetery, on his phone, after a news conference in Washington, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. Arlington National Cemetery plans to make available to the public the detailed geospatial database it has developed over several years while overhauling its records and responding to reports of misidentified remains. The database will be available over the Internet and through a mobile phone app that visitors to the cemetery can take with them to find a specific gave anywhere in the cemetery. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Army Col. John Schrader demonstrates the ANC Explorer application for Arlington National Cemetery, on his phone, after a news conference in Washington, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. Arlington National Cemetery plans to make available to the public the detailed geospatial database it has developed over several years while overhauling its records and responding to reports of misidentified remains. The database will be available over the Internet and through a mobile phone app that visitors to the cemetery can take with them to find a specific gave anywhere in the cemetery. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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