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Before the drama plays out before millions of people around the world, military personnel practice the somber duty of loading the casket onto a horse drawn casson.
The procession will start at 6: 00 p.m. with the casson starting near the White House for its journey to the capitol.
A seventh horse will trail the casson wearing an empty saddle with a pair of Reagan's own boots reversed in the stirrups.
As Ed mentioned, during tomorrow's procession in Washington, a riderless horse with boots facing backwards will follow the funeral casson and it is a striking, poignant image.
Men carried a casson bearing one of the area’s most beloved statues -- El Señor de la Columna.
The Sarasota National Cemetery honored Air Force and Korean War Veteran, Lieutenant Van Eitel, with a full casson military burial.