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New phone app for graves at Arlington National Cemetery

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(WTVR) - Loved ones buried at Arlington National Cemetery will soon be easier to find.

USA Today reports the cemetery is expected to roll out a new smart phone app this fall that will make it simpler to navigate the cemetery's 250,000 plus graves.

The app is expected to use GPS technology.

USA Today also reports the new system will also allow people with internet access to see any grave site online allowing for virtual visits.