The remains of a Korean War soldier who was missing in action for 71 years were returned to American soil on Tuesday, April 26, and would be laid to rest with his family in Utah, officials said.
Corporal David B Milano was lost in action during the Korean War on December 2, 1950, according to Utah National Guard Public Affairs. His remains were identified in April 2020, the US Army said.
Members of the Utah National Guard conducted an honorable carry at the Salt Lake City International Airport on Tuesday.
Milano would be laid to rest with his mother, sister, and brother-in-law at Evergreen Memorial Park in Ogden, according to officials. Credit: DVIDS via Storyful