Photo: Horse is used to pull a caisson for burial ceremony of Korean War Veteran

An example of the many ways horses are used regarding the wars of man. We honor all who served.

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A horse stands in front of the caisson during burial services for Korean War soldier US Army Cpl. David J. Wishon, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., Friday at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Wishon was declared missing in action after his unit was heavily attacked by enemy forces in the vicinity of the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea in 1950. Alex Brandon/AP

Via the Christian Science Monitor here.

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