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U.S. Marine Corps pallbearers carry the casket holding the body of Mr. Camarena after it arrived at North Island Naval Air Station in San Diego on March 8, 1985. Mr. Camarena is survived by his wife, Mika, and three children, Enrique, Daniel and Erick. He was given a hero's burial at Arlington National Cemetery.

U.S. Marine Corps pallbearers carry the casket holding the body of Mr. Camarena after it arrived at North Island Naval Air Station in San Diego on March 8, 1985. Mr. Camarena is survived by his wife, Mika, and three children, Enrique, Daniel and Erick. He was given a hero's burial at Arlington National Cemetery.

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