Mother’s Efforts Changed Rules For Soldiers’ Remains

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(KTVI) - In 2005, Illinois Army Ranger Wyatt Eisenhauer was killed when an IED detonated in Iraq. When his body returned to the United States, his mother was there waiting for the plane.

What she saw that day, she will never forget. Gay Eisenhauer explains her story and how she helped change the rules regarding the return of soldiers' bodies.  Gay won a national contest from Murphey Goode Winery.