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Fallen soldier’s remains arrive on the East End

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Southampton firefighters prepare the flag over County Road 39.<br data-lazy-src=

Southampton firefighters prepare the flag over County Road 39.
Photo by Brendan O'Reilly

The motorcade drives down County Road 39 in Southampton

The motorcade drives down County Road 39 in Southampton

 underneath an American flag hanged over the road by the Southampton Fire Department.<br data-lazy-src=

underneath an American flag hanged over the road by the Southampton Fire Department.
Photo by Brendan O'Reilly

The motorcade drives down County Road 39 in Southampton

The motorcade drives down County Road 39 in Southampton

 underneath an American flag hanged over the road by the Southampton Fire Department.<br data-lazy-src=

underneath an American flag hanged over the road by the Southampton Fire Department.
Photo by Brendan O'Reilly

The motorcade in Westhampton after leaving Gabreski airport.<br data-lazy-src=

The motorcade in Westhampton after leaving Gabreski airport.
Photo by Dana Shaw

The motorcade in Westhampton after leaving Gabreski airport.<br data-lazy-src=

The motorcade in Westhampton after leaving Gabreski airport.
Photo by Dana Shaw

Westhampton<Br data-lazy-src=

Westhampton
Photo by Dana Shaw

Mourners gather on Shelter Island.<br data-lazy-src=

Mourners gather on Shelter Island.
Photo by Doug Kuntz

Mourners gather on Shelter Island.<br data-lazy-src=

Mourners gather on Shelter Island.
Photo by Doug Kuntz

Sag Harbor<br data-lazy-src=

Sag Harbor
Photo by Kyril Bromley

The Sag Harbor firehouse<br data-lazy-src=

The Sag Harbor firehouse
Photo by Kyril Bromley

Sag Harbor<br data-lazy-src=

Sag Harbor
Photo by Kyril Bromley

Sag Harbor<br data-lazy-src=

Sag Harbor
Photo by Kyril Bromley

Sag Harbor<br data-lazy-src=

Sag Harbor
Photo by Kyril Bromley

Sag Harbor<br data-lazy-src=

Sag Harbor
Photo by Kyril Bromley

Sag Harbor firefighters<br data-lazy-src=

Sag Harbor firefighters
Photo by Ky

By Jessica DiNapoli on Jun 9, 2010
The remains of U.S. Army 1st Lieutenant Joseph Theinert arrived from Delaware at Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton today at 3:30 p.m. 1st Lt. Theinert was killed in Afghanistan... more

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