A Navy honor guard carries the casket to a hearse after the funeral of Navy  Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Earhart,  held at Morehead State University s  Academic-Athletic Center in Morehead, Ky., Sunday September 23, 2001. Earhart  was the first reported military casualty from Kentucky in the Sept. 11  terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The 26-year-old weather expert worked for  the Joint Chiefs of Staff when a hijacked commercial airline crashed into the  Pentagon. He was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery in Rowan County following  the funeral.
A Navy honor guard carries the casket to a hearse after the funeral of Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Earhart, held at Morehead State University s Academic-Athletic Center in Morehead, Ky., Sunday September 23, 2001. Earhart was the first reported military casualty from Kentucky in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The 26-year-old weather expert worked for the Joint Chiefs of Staff when a hijacked commercial airline crashed into the Pentagon. He was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery in Rowan County following the funeral. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
A Navy honor guard carries the casket to a hearse after the funeral of Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Earhart, held at Morehead State University s Academic-Athletic Center in Morehead, Ky., Sunday September 23, 2001. Earhart was the first reported military casualty from Kentucky in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The 26-year-old weather expert worked for the Joint Chiefs of Staff when a hijacked commercial airline crashed into the Pentagon. He was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery in Rowan County following the funeral. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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