Honor guard members salute as soldiers carry some of the 21 sets of
remains found in Vietnam and North Korea and believed to be those
of U.S. soldiers, during a ceremony at Hickam Air Force Base,
Hawaii. Members of the Joint Prisoners of War/Missing in Action
Accounting Command recovered the remains believed to be those of 19
U.S. soldiers who fought in North Korea and two from Vietnam. The
remains were sent to Hawaii Wednesday for identification testing.
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