MISSOULA, Mont. -

The unclaimed remains of seven veterans from various conflicts are being given proper burials at Yellowstone National Cemetery in Montana.
    
The effort by the Missing in America Project seeks to provide proper interment for those killed in service to their country in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
    
A brief ceremony was held in Bozeman on Friday at a funeral home where the remains had been kept after not being claimed by anyone. The urns were then taken to Billings for an interment ceremony Saturday at the cemetery in nearby Laurel.