Cpl. Clyde R. Clifford was declared dead by the U.S. military in December 1953.
The Indianapolis-born author is best-known for his 1970 novel "Going All the Way."
Lt. Col. Don Faith Jr.’s remains were recovered from the Korean Peninsula in 2004.
The Hoosier Honor Flight took World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C. for a day trip. Greg Parker has the story for WTIU.
The freedoms to speak, sit in a public setting, drink from a water fountain, and even vote haven’t always been afforded to all Americans, specifically African-Americans. Basic human rights were once privileges to people of color. As WFIU’s Shameka Neely reports in the first of two inauguration-related features this week, past hardships and the struggles of African-Americans on a quest for equal rights which lasted more than a two centuries are being struck down today by the nation’s next President…
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