WW II pilot's remains brought home to British Columbia after 70 years
from CBC News
More than 70 years after he was killed in World War II, Sgt. Eric Honeyman was laid to rest in Trail, British Columbia, today. Honeyman, who was a fighter pilot in the U.S. air force, was born in Trail before his family moved to Alameda, California. He was shot down during the Battle of the Bulge while on a mission over Belgium. where his remains lay undiscovered for over six decades. "It's incredibly moving to have him found and to be able to have this ceremony," said Scott Honeyman, the cousin of the fallen soldier.
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