Kraig M. Vickers, 36, of Virginia Beach, Va., and formerly of Kokomo was among 30 service members who died early last month when their helicopter was shot down in Wardak province, Afghanistan.
FIRST PHOTO: A bugler plays taps after a 21-gun salute was fired.
SECOND PHOTO: A pair of Navy jets flies in formation over the funeral Saturday.
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THIRD PHOTO: Robert Vickers Sr. offers the closing prayer while paying tribute to his fallen son Saturday morning at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center's Castle Theater.
FOURTH PHOTO: Kraig Vickers' mother, Mary (from left), sister-in-law Liana, brothers Vance and Mark, and sister-in-law Lei pay their final respects.
FIFTH PHOTO: Flag bearer T.K. Hinshaw of Oahu's Skydive Hawaii brings a large United States flag to Earth as part of a four-man jump team that paid tribute to Kraig Vickers during his burial ceremony.
SIXTH PHOTO: In this photo shown during his celebration of life Saturday, Kraig Vickers seems unfazed by a wound.
SEVENTH PHOTO: A display case exhibits the medals and commendations Kraig Vickers earned during his service to his country.