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Army's PCRB works to ensure no soldier is left behind
170822-A-OY832-003.JPG Photo By: Master Sgt. Brian Hamilton

MADISON, Tenn. - Family and friends take the time to visit with loved ones after the interment of U.S. Army Air Forces Staff Sergeant William "Blootie" Turner, Aug. 22, 2017, at the Nashville National Cemetery located in Madison, Tenn. Turner was aboard a B-26 Marauder in December 1943, when the plane, nicknamed "Hell's Fury," was shot down killing all on-board except the pilot. After years of painstaking work, Turner's remains were positively identified and he was given proper military burial honors. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Brian Hamilton/ released)


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