TOCCOA, Ga. - The remains of a Georgia soldier who died in the Korean War are finally coming home.
Army Cpl. Terrell J. Fuller was reported missing in 1951 and later reported as a prisoner of war.
Fuller’s remains were returned in 1990 and were just recently identified.
Cpl. Fuller will be buried in his hometown, Toccoa.
A procession is escorting Fuller from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to his hometown in Toccoa.
Cpl. Fuller was a member of Company D, 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division and supported Republic of Korea Army attacks against units of the Chinese People’s Volunteer Forces during the Korean War.
Korean War hero Corporal Terrell Fuller was just 20 years old when he was reported missing in 1951. He became a prisoner of war. After nearly 70 years, his remains were finally identified and today he's coming back home. pic.twitter.com/GZ7ONa154V— Natalie Fultz FOX 5 (@NatalieFFOX5) August 9, 2018
He would have been 88-years-old on Saturday.