US service men remains are being identified

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  1. syscom3

    syscom3 Pacific Historian

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    Of course not....that would be "good" news, and doesn't have the shock-value or potential for keeping the masses glued to the TV (and thusly, increasing ratings). Nice find, though, Sys. Bring our boys home!
     
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    My cousin, Lt Scott Dotson, remains were located in Laos and identified. This was about 5 years ago, his burial was covered by the media. More so by the local media of course, only a one minute or less segment national. But it was noted.
    I've seen others also, maybe so brief that you just don't remember them.
    What is weird is a website devoted to the missing hasn't been updated as to his recovery.

    I still remember Scotty and his brother, they introduced me to flying when I was 14.
     
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