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M.I.A. Soldier from Korea Identified as Rogersville Man PDF Print
Written by Adam Hicks   
Friday, 03 April 2009 10:41

A Korean War soldier from East Tennesse who was reported missing nearly 60 years ago will be buried next weekend at Arlington National Cemetery.

 

WJHL broke the story Friday afternoon.  According to the Johnson City television station, the United States military identified the remains of Corporal Samuel C. Harris, Jr., of Rogersville, Tennessee.

 

Harris was reported missing in action on November 27, 1950 while fighting in Korea.

 

The Corporal will be buried in Arlington next Friday.

 

  
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