And why do you immediately jump to the conclusion that its propaganda? It could simply be for ceremony. You don't realize how much pointless crap the military does it purely for ceremony and tradition.
It depends on the context. In this case I consider towing out a plane that cannot fly, loading it with the bodies of dead soldiers and then unloading them in front of the media to be propaganda, just as I did when coverage of bodies returning from wars was being suppressed by the US government. It's creating a false narrative. Of course it's right to pay respects to the dead, especially those risking their lives in the interests of their country (however misguided), but I don't think it should be about an ostentatious spectacle designed to create a mythos around the armed forces and satiate the inquisitiveness of the general public rather than respect the death of the individual.
Some of the coffins might not have any bodies in because they couldn't recover enough of it. Does that make it propaganda too?
Fake planes as offensive as their not using real bullets in a gun salute.
That's done for safety reasons and the pretence isn't to deceive.
According to that link, he's on "Free Speech TV" and "The Young Turks Network"... so yeah, it is "some guy"
If you want to dismiss a nationally syndicated television, radio and internet host viewed by millions of people as "some guy" then go ahead but it's disingenuous.