The remains of Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum, the valley native who was killed along with 12 other U.S. service members by a suicide bomber Aug. 26 in Afghanistan, are brought home to Jackson Hole. Thousands gathered from around the region along the motorcade's route through Jackson to honor McCollum, one of the last casualties of America's longest war.
Brad Boner has worked as a photojournalist for 25 years and has directed the News&Guide’s visuals since 2004. He lives on the west side of the Tetons with his wife, two kids, two grumpy cats and Rosie the red heeler.
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