Friends and family are saying goodbye to Army Captain Andrew Pedersen Keel.
A Connecticut soldier who was killed in Afghanistan will be buried on Wednesday in Arlington National Cemetery.
On Monday, hundreds of people filled St. George's Church in Guilford to say goodbye to Army Captain Andrew Pedersen-Keel.
The Avon Old Farms graduate was one of two U.S. soldiers killed when a man dressed as an Afghan police officer opened fire on U.S. and Afghan forces on March 11.
He was remembered Monday as a hero.
"A person who was dedicated to his military service, his training," said Col. John Whitford, of the Connecticut National Guard. "He was very proud of his job."
After graduating from Avon Old Farms, Capt. Pedersen-Keel attended The U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
He was awarded several medals and commendations for his service and was on his second tour in Afghanistan when he was killed. Pedersen-Keel was supposed to come home in May.
He will be buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday.