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Remembering missing soldiers

AIR FORCE Capt. Jacob Pruitt, a native of Hood RIver, stands in front of the plane he piloted last year to pick up the remains of a U.S. soldier found in Korea. A narrative of his experiences flying home fallen warriors will be read at Friday’s ceremony to remember those missing in action or held as a prisoner of war.


AIR FORCE Capt. Jacob Pruitt, a native of Hood RIver, stands in front of the plane he piloted last year to pick up the remains of a U.S. soldier found in Korea. A narrative of his experiences flying home fallen warriors will be read at Friday’s ceremony to remember those missing in action or held as a prisoner of war.



Gary Pratt believes every American needs to take a few moments Friday to remember military service members who never returned home from battle, out of respect for their families who were denied closure...

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