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Pfc. James L. Constant

It was a long time coming, but 63 years after Pfc. James L. Constant gave his life, the Korean War veteran was laid to rest in Indianapolis. Constant was laid to rest next to his brother, Leroy, and near his parents, William and Jessie Constant. His surviving sisters, Better Kelley, Margaret Rigdon, and a nephew, R.C. Rigdon, were present at the ceremony.



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This work, Pfc. James L. Constant [Image 2 of 4], by CPT Olivia Cobiskey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.25.2013

Date Posted:11.14.2013 12:48

Photo ID:1052232

VIRIN:130525-A-OC713-004

Resolution:3484x2332

Size:769.4 KB

Location:INDIANAPOLIS, IN, USGlobe

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