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United States Marine Corps veteran Bob Lynch, left, with wife Sherrie, of Chatham, Ill., stand at attention as the flag-draped coffin of Capt. Reid Nannen is placed into a hearse following services at Eastview Christian Church in Bloomington, Ill., Saturday, March 22, 2014. Nannen, of Hopedale, Ill., died March 1 when his jet crashed during a training exercise in Nevada. (AP Photo/The Pantagraph, Steve Smedley)

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A United States Marine Corps honor guard places the flag-draped coffin of Capt. Reid Nannen into a hearse following services at Eastview Christian Church in Bloomington, Ill.,, Saturday, March 22, 2014. Nannen, of Hopedale, Ill., died March 1 when his jet crashed during a training exercise in Nevada. (AP Photo/The Pantagraph, Steve Smedley)

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In this March 20, 2014 photo, United States Marine Corps veterans Mokie Surratt, of Peoria, center, and Walt Sandall of Green Valley, place flags on Main Street in Hopedale, Ill. in honor of 32-year-old Capt. Reid Nannen, who died March 1 when his jet crashed during a training exercise in Nevada. More than 100 volunteers turned out in Hopedale, a town of about 850, to plant 2,380 flags along 12 miles of highway in honor of the 32-year-old Marine. Nannen's funeral is Saturday, and townspeople wanted to do something special for their native son. (AP photo/The Pantagraph, Steve Smedley)