By JOHN FRIEDLEIN
Sixty years after North Koreans executed Cpl. Harry James Reeve, he received a proper burial.
An array of veterans groups and media crews were among those who attended his Radcliff funeral, which included full military honors. Also at the Wednesday service were Reeve’s two cousins who supplied DNA to identify his remains.
Reeve, of Philadelphia, died at 18 when he and several others from the U.S. Army’s 8th Cavalry Regiment were shot by a firing squad during the war.