Evansville native Chester Schulz' name was mistakenly left off of a monument in France that honors soldiers killed in a World War One battle.
Col. Wayne Black is being promoted to become the Indiana National Guard's first African-American brigadier general.
Cpl. Robert Archer was killed in the 1950s during the Korean War, but his remains were just recently returned to the U.S.
After more than six decades, a soldier's funeral will be held in Brazil on Saturday.
Brazil, Ind., is preparing ceremonies for Spc. Arronn Fields on Monday and Tuesday.
Early media reports of the return of Fields' body proved inaccurate.
Because of orders to bring all troops home before the end of the year, some soldiers were able to spend Thanksgiving with their families.
Many attended a community-wide military funeral in Spencer for the fallen Private Brett Wood.
Private Brett Spencer was killed Friday after stepping on a bomb in Afghanistan.