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Louis Kills Straight, cq, holds a staff adorned with Bison fur, eagle feathers and plumes along with pictures of Lakota who are serving in Iraq during a procession carrying the body of Cpl. Brett Lundstrom, pictured top left, to his wake in Kyle, South Dakota on Saturday, January 14, 2006. Eagles feathers are given to the male Lakota Warriors when they return from Iraq, while the plumes are given to the females, one of the highest honors. Wake services for Marine Cpl. Brett Lundstrom, who was killed in Iraq on January 7, 2006, were held at the Little Wound School in Kyle, South Dakota, and were held for three days. Photo by TODD HEISLER/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS

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