(Liberty, IN)--Here are some more details of the arrival Thursday of the remains of Korean War soldier Gerald Shepler. On Wednesday, Kicks 96 and 101.7 The Point were first to report that Shepler’s remains had been identified after he went missing in action more than 65 years ago. Some streets in Shepler’s hometown of Liberty will be blocked off as the remains arrive at around 1:30 Thursday afternoon. The Union County Sheriff’s Department will meet a procession on U.S. 27 at the Wayne-Union County line and escort it to Showalter-Blackwell-Long Funeral Home. The Indiana Patriot Guard will lead the procession.