Decorated military sniper Chris Kyle was buried Tuesday at Texas State Cemetery in Austin, 10 days after being shot and killed at a gun range. Kyle, 38, had been known as one of the deadliest snipers in U.S. military history. Texas first lady Anita Perry presented Kyle’s widow, Taya Kyle, with an American flag from his casket. About 150 mourners attended the burial, after around 7,000 attended Monday’s services at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Kyle and a friend, Chad Littlefield, were shot and killed February 2 at a gun range by former Marine Eddie Ray Routh, 25, who has been charged with capital murder.