Korean War soldier who went missing identified, buried


              Family members surround the casket of U.S. Army Sgt. Alfred Sidney at his burial service in Littleton, N.H., on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. The remains of Sidney, who went missing during the Korean War in 1951 and was later reported to have died in a prisoner of war camp, were recently identified and brought back home. (Robert Blechl/Caledonian-Record via AP)
            
              Patricia Lyons, 90, the only remaining sibling of U.S. Army Sgt. Alfred Sidney, is flanked by her daughter, Sara Hopkins, left, and New Hampshire Army National Guard Capt. Daniel Eastman, at Sidney's burial service in Littleton, N.H., on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. The remains of Sidney, who went missing during the Korean War in 1951 and was later reported to have died in a prisoner of war camp, were recently identified and brought back home. (Robert Blechl/Caledonian-Record via AP)
            
              Patricia Lyons, 90, the only remaining sibling of U.S. Army Sgt. Alfred Sidney, is handed the American flag from his burial service in Littleton, N.H., on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. The remains of Sidney, who went missing during the Korean War in 1951 and was later reported to have died in a prisoner of war camp, were recently identified and brought back home. (Robert Blechl/Caledonian-Record via AP)
Korean War soldier who went missing identified, buried