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Designing a Tribute for Fallen Soldiers’ Last Rides

Veteran Rich Kalashian had gone to O’Hare International Airport to greet a friend when he looked out the window to see a flag-draped casket unloaded from a military plane. The fallen service member was loaded onto a luggage cart and driven to a waiting hearse parked next to a grieving family watching their loved one’s […]

Designing a Tribute for Fallen Soldiers’ Last Rides

Veteran Rich Kalashian had gone to O’Hare International Airport to greet a friend when he looked out the window to see a flag-draped casket unloaded from a military plane.

The fallen service member was loaded onto a luggage cart and driven to a waiting hearse parked next to a grieving family watching their loved one’s final journey.

The Vietnam veteran watched the poignant scene unfold and thought the veteran deserved something more than a luggage cart that looked like all the other baggage carriers.

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