Jan 13, 2013
Korean War POW's remains returned home to Tennessee 62 years after his death in prison camp
A plane carrying the body of Korean War POW Glenn Schoenmann arrived at Nashville International Airport in Tennessee on Thursday to be greeted by four emotional siblings, 62 years after their brother voluntarily left home to fight in the war.
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Photo: Korean War soldier laid to rest in Grundy County
Raymond Schoenmann, the brother of Pfc. Glenn Schoenmann, receives an engraved bullet from the Sequatchie Valley Honor Guard Saturday afternoon in Coalmont, Tenn.
Korean War Soldier's Remains Return Home
The remains of missing Korean War soldier, Glenn Schoenmann, finally returned home Thursday afternoon.
Korean War Soldier's Remains Will Finally Come Home
Governor Bill Haslam and Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder solemnly announce the body of Private First Class Glenn Schoenmann will finally be laid to rest after 62 years.
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