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Remains of previously unknown serviceman killed at Pearl Harbor headed home
World War II sailor's body escorted through Hall on way to North Carolina
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An escort carrying the remains of Frank Wood, a United States Navy sailor, drives north along I-985 in Gainesville, on Friday, April 13, 2018. The 20-year-old Jackson, Ohio, native was aboard the USS Oklahoma when it was torpedoed at Pearl Harbor in 1941. Since then, his remains were interred as an unidentified sailor. After recently being identified, his remains are being moved to his nearest living relative in Franklin, North Carolina. - photo by David Barnes
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Anthony Dye, of Gainesville, holds an American flag as he and others wait for an escort carrying the remains of Frank Wood, a United States Navy sailor, in Gainesville, on Friday, April 13, 2018. The 20-year-old Jackson, Ohio, native was aboard the USS Oklahoma when it was torpedoed at Pearl Harbor in 1941. Since then, his remains were interred as an unidentified sailor. After recently being identified, his remains are being moved to his nearest living relative in Franklin, North Carolina. - photo by David Barnes

The remains of Frank Wood, a United States Navy sailor, traveled through Gainesville on Friday, April 13, 2018. The 20-year-old Jackson, Ohio, native was aboard the USS Oklahoma when it was torpedoed at Pearl Harbor in 1941. Since then, his remains were interred as an unidentified sailor. After recently being identified, his remains are being moved to his nearest living relative in Franklin, North Carolina.

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