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Cpl. James Norman Sund

Remains from Minnesota Korean War prisoner of war finally coming home after 60 years

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FARGO - More than 60 years after he died as a prisoner of war in Korea, Cpl. James Norman Sund is coming home.

Sund's remains, which were recently recovered and identified by the Army, will arrive Friday night at Fargo's Hector International Airport, where the Minnesota Army National Guard's Honor Guard will perform military honors.

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From there, Patriot Guard riders will accompany Sund's remains to Thief River Falls, Minn., where two of his five surviving siblings live.

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