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 for Airman 2nd Class Verne C. Budahn, a 19-year-old Air Force mechanic killed in the crash with 51 others on Nov. 22, 1952.

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Posted on: June 27, 2019, by :

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