This 2014 photograph illustrates how horses are used by the Camp Nelson Honor Guard during funeral services at Camp Nelson National Cemetery. The horses in this photo were not the animals that ran from the cemetery and onto U.S. 27 on Monday.
This 2014 photograph illustrates how horses are used by the Camp Nelson Honor Guard during funeral services at Camp Nelson National Cemetery. The horses in this photo were not the animals that ran from the cemetery and onto U.S. 27 on Monday. File photo by Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
This 2014 photograph illustrates how horses are used by the Camp Nelson Honor Guard during funeral services at Camp Nelson National Cemetery. The horses in this photo were not the animals that ran from the cemetery and onto U.S. 27 on Monday. File photo by Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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