After being listed as missing in action for more than 60 years a Korean War vet was laid to rest today.
Helen White quietly sits on the couch thumbing through all the paper work she’s received about her cousin, Army Private First Class Weldon Alonzo Davis.
Perhaps sarcasm is not so easy to detect on the other side of the globe. Trending online this week, satirical news site The Onion has claimed another international victim.
It’s hard for most people to imagine just how close the danger is to South Korea, and yet how distant and mysterious the isolated North Korean nation is to its southern neighbor.
A Korean War veteran will finally be laid to rest in his Texas hometown more than 60 years after he was declared missing in action.
Despite being thousands of miles away, Korean natives living in North Texas are concerned about events unfolding in their home country.
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