3 Good evening. A Jacksonville soldier's body is being transferred to Washington D-C... His family says they're disappointed with where he's buried, and he deserves a more honorable burial site. The body of the Vietnam War hero was exhumed this morning from Mount Olive Cemetery in Northwest Jacksonville.. and moved to his new, final resting place at Arlington National Cemetery. Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem spoke to his daughter about why he's being moved after 50 years. 3 00-0510-15PKG: Specialist 5 Wyley Wright Jr.'s body is in route to the Arlington National Cemetery...his children made the decision to move him from a cemetery because it hasn't been kept up...Jackie Wright, Wyley Wright Jr.'s Daughter 26:16 it breaks my heart to know there are other families that are going to suffer the pain I did when I came and saw the condition of my father's grave The Wright family believes their father has earned a place of honor so they exhumed him from Mt. Olive Cemetery one of the segregated cemeteries of North Jacksonville that was not kept up.17:32 I think in the light in the fact that this is a segregated cemetery and my father didn't give a segregated sacrifice he gave all of his life in service to this country Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr.of the 114th Aviation Company Army died March 9, 1964.Wright died as Helicopter Crew Chief and Honor Guard.He served the United States as a military "lifer" he died just two weeks before his scheduled return home.It's been 50 years since his death but the family says they want to continue to show him the respect he deserves not just as their father but for a man who served this country.28:04 it's important to not only respect the living but to respect the dead They family is also moving their mother's body to join her husband at the Arlington National Cemetery on March 10th. AM C4 TLS.