Army Capt. Jason Jones, who was killed in Afghanistan, to be buried at West Point

Jones was killed by small arms fire on

Jones was killed by small arms fire on June 2 while serving overseas.

YONKERS - A West Point graduate who was killed in Afghanistan will be laid to rest at the military academy.

Capt. Jason Jones, 29, belonged to the Army Special Forces unit. He was killed by small arms fire on June 2 while serving overseas.

A Pennsylvania native, Jones graduated West Point in 2007 with a degree in nuclear engineering. He will be buried at his alma mater next Tuesday.

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