Veterans Group Honors Homeless Vets With Funeral And Burial - Stock Image

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MIAMI - JANUARY 24: Pallbearers for Poitier Funeral home move two of the four flag draped caskets holding the remains of four homeless United States military veterans, Ernest Holman, Nathaniel Henry Winger, Pedro Deaguero, and John Joseph Sweet into position for a funeral service at the American Legion on January 24, 2009 in Miami, Florida. The Poitier Funeral home helped transport the bodies to a 'state funeral' for the four homeless military veterans. 'Needlessly, veterans are dying in our streets, and we need to provide intervention for them,' said Charles Buford, president of 'Although we would love to see the entire homeless community helped, we as veterans have a solemn duty to address the needs of those who have served our nation through military service. We will leave no soldier behind, no matter what the battlefield may be.' (Photo by Joe Raedle)

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