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The U.S. Army on Sunday held a ceremony at the Korean War Memorial in Kansas City honoring Cpl. Edward Comstock, a Kansas City solider who went missing during the Korean War in 1951. During the ceremony, officers gave Comstock’s family the medals he earned before disappearing. Allison Long and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star
The U.S. Army on Sunday held a ceremony at the Korean War Memorial in Kansas City honoring Cpl. Edward Comstock, a Kansas City solider who went missing during the Korean War in 1951. During the ceremony, officers gave Comstock’s family the medals he earned before disappearing. Allison Long and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star

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UPDATED September 25, 2017 04:55 PM

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