Honor Due – Honor Given “The Dignified Transfer”

Sergeant Mycal L. Prince, Oklahoma Army National Guard,
Dignified Transfer: A fallen soldier’s final journey home

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Published on Oct 9, 2011

When an American soldier dies overseas, they are returned to the U.S. the same way each time. Byron Pitts follows one fallen soldier in his final journey home in what the military calls a “dignified transfer.”

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8 thoughts on “Honor Due – Honor Given “The Dignified Transfer””

  1. This post leads me to share that my 87 yr old father, a veteran of the Korean and Viet Nan wars, is at this moment in Washington D C via Honor Flight, an organization that takes war vets to the memorials in D.C. I am so very proud of him.

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    1. Thank you very much. The video also shows the love for our country that is shown by the people who honor the deceased soldier and his family. The flag is largely seen in all of the videos like these that I have seen.

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