Motorcyclists from the Canadian Patriot Guard cross the viaduct in downtown Havre Monday as they escort the body of U.S. Army Pfc. Lawrence Gordon to the Port of Wild Horse on the Canadian border and on Medicine Hat, Alberta. Pfc. Gordon was killed in France during World War II. After 70 years, his remains have been identified, and he will be buried in Eastend Saskatchewan, on Wednesday. Canadian and American Patriot Guards were joined by Havre police, Hill County Sheriff's Deputies and U.S. Border Patrol agents in escorting the body.