U.S. soldier killed nearly 92 years ago finally buried at Arlington





The remains of a U.S. soldier missing for nearly 92 years were laid to rest Monday at Arlington National Cemetery, with military honors for an Army private who died in a World War I skirmish in France.

Pvt. Thomas Costello was buried with honors including a casket team, a firing party that fired three volleys and a bugler who sounded taps. His grave is not far from the grave of World War I Gen. John J. "Black Jack" Pershing. Soldiers from the Army's 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, The Old Guard, conducted the ceremony.

Fifteen people attended the graveside ceremony, including three relatives -- one of those was Michael Frisbie....


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