WATCH: Southwest Captain Pilots Flight Bringing His War Hero Father’s Remains Home

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Southwest Airlines Captain Bryan Knight flies his father back home to Dallas Love Field for the final time more than 50 years after he was killed in action during the Vietnam War in 1967. (Credit: Ashlee D. Smith/Southwest Airlines)

Southwest Airlines Captain Bryan Knight flies his father back home to Dallas Love Field for the final time more than 50 years after he was killed in action during the Vietnam War in 1967. (Credit: Ashlee D. Smith/Southwest Airlines)

A Southwest Airlines pilot whose father was killed in combat flew his dad’s remains home last week — to the same airport where he last saw him alive 52 years ago.
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