The remains of a soldier from Hagerstown who died in a prison camp during the Korean War are being returned home for burial.
The Pentagon says the federal budget battle may force it to shrink this summer’s 60th anniversary commemoration of the end of the Korean War.
A Cumberland family is saying goodbye to a Korean War soldier 62 years after he disappeared.
Some Washington County Korean War veterans say they’re seeking private and public funds for a monument to those who served.
Retired Army Col. Bill Weber and the other veterans wanted a wall with the names of all those who died in the war or are still listed as missing in action, to help convey the full cost of the war.