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Closure: War Veteran Locates Brother’s Killed in Action Coordinates

Closure: War Veteran Locates Brother’s Killed in Action Coordinates

Story by SSgt Kenny Holston on 02/04/2019

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md.–Nearly 37 thousand American military members died while serving in the line of duty during the Korean War, Pvt.AllenSchreiner was one of them.

Schreiner was one year older than his brother, Senior Master Sgt. Ralph Schreiner (Ret.), As children the two were very close. They lived and played together, but by the ages of eight and nine their parents divorced – leaving their mother to raise them on her own.

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