Pfc. Jethro Rancy of Fort Stewart, Ga., plays taps during the burial of two U.S. servicemen who died recently in the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Charleston. No family or friends claimed their bodies, so veteran organizations arranged their burial Thursday with full military honors at Beaufort National Cemetery.
Pfc. Jethro Rancy of Fort Stewart, Ga., plays taps during the burial of two U.S. servicemen who died recently in the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Charleston. No family or friends claimed their bodies, so veteran organizations arranged their burial Thursday with full military honors at Beaufort National Cemetery. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Pfc. Jethro Rancy of Fort Stewart, Ga., plays taps during the burial of two U.S. servicemen who died recently in the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Charleston. No family or friends claimed their bodies, so veteran organizations arranged their burial Thursday with full military honors at Beaufort National Cemetery. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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April 23, 2009 12:00 AM

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