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Heartbreaking Images: Greg Sutton's Funeral
Eighteen-Month-Old Attends his Namesake Father's Funeral at Arlington Cemetery
06/20/2007 6:40 PM ET
Eighteen-month-old Greg Sutton and his mother, Joane Sutton, listen to a lone bugler play Taps during her husband Army Sgt. 1st Class Greg Lamonte Sutton's burial ceremony with military honors at Arlington National Cemetery today.
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images
Eighteen-month-old Greg Sutton and his mother, Joane Sutton, listen to a lone bugler play "Taps" during her husband Army Sgt. 1st Class Greg Lamonte Sutton's burial ceremony with military honors at Arlington National Cemetery today.

An honor guard carries casket of Army Sgt. 1st Class Greg Lamonte Sutton during a burial ceremony with military honors. Sutton died June 6 after his vehicle struck an IED in Baghdad. Sutton, who was originally from Spring Lake, N.C., reportedly volunteered to go to Iraq so that a friend and co-worker could retire.
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images
An honor guard carries casket of Army Sgt. 1st Class Greg Lamonte Sutton during a burial ceremony with military honors. Sutton died June 6 after his vehicle struck an IED in Baghdad. Sutton, who was originally from Spring Lake, N.C., reportedly volunteered to go to Iraq so that a friend and co-worker could retire.

Eighteen-month-old Greg Sutton is carried away from his mother, Joane, while she accepts a U.S. flag from Brig. Gen. Thomas Seamands (L) that draped the casket of her husband Army Sgt. 1st Class Greg Lamonte Sutton.
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images
Eighteen-month-old Greg Sutton is carried away from his mother, Joane, while she accepts a U.S. flag from Brig. Gen. Thomas Seamands (L) that draped the casket of her husband Army Sgt. 1st Class Greg Lamonte Sutton.

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