Remains of Minnesota airman missing for 60 years recovered, returning home

Updated: June 26, 2019 01:14 PM The remains of a Minnesota airman who had been missing for 60 years have been identified and will return to the state for a burial service. The U.S. Air Force said Airman 2nd Class Verne C. Budahn, of Arlington, Minnesota, was recovered and will return…

Freed from Alaskan glacier’s decades-long grip, Minnesota airman’s remains heading home

A U.S. airman’s remains are on their way to Minnesota for burial, having been freed more than 60 years later from the debris of a doomed Korean War-era aircraft that crashed in the Alaska mountains. A memorial service and burial with full military honors are scheduled for Saturday in Arlington…

GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN❤️: A memorial service is underway for Tampa Airman Isaac Anderson Sr.

A memorial service is underway for Tampa Airman Isaac Anderson Sr. whose remains finally came home Thursday after he died in a plane crash in 1952.

Airman Anderson Obituary

Isaac William Anderson Sr. Airman Anderson was born in Brewster, FL and moved to Tampa, FL around 1943. While in Tampa he met and married Dorothy Mae Swain. Of this union one child was born Isaac W. Anderson Jr. Airman Anderson, wanting to provide for his family, proudly joined the…

Airman Isaac Anders Sr.

I received a call that Airman Anderson has been ID after being missing for almost 66 years. What a birthday for my father and I. His birthday is December 25th and mine December 20th.