Advances in DNA and other forensics now make identification of Americans who died in the Korean War highly likely. The Pentagon is exhuming hundreds of
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Washington, DC – As we observe Veterans Day, we’re wrapping-up our special series on Honor Flight of Oregon. 25 veterans from southern Oregon went to
Washington, D.C. – 25 southern Oregon veterans recently visited more than a dozen memorials and museums in Washington, DC. It was a whirlwind weekend that
Joe Lipscomb hopes to see formal end to conflict in his lifetime but not sure that dream will be realized.
Washington, D.C. – All week long we’re sharing stories from the most recent Oregon Honor Flight. The non-profit takes World War II and Korean War veterans
President Donald Trump announced Thursday on Twitter that the US has identified the remains of two American soldiers from the 55 cases of remains of
(WASHINGTON) — Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says that two Korean War dead have been identified from remains turned over to the U.S. in July by
By Phil StewartJOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM (Reuters) – The U.S. military is close to identifying the first two American troops from the 55 boxes…
The return of presumed remains of service members missing from the Korean War has put a forensic team’s mission back in the spotlight.
Each year the families of Korean War MIAs gather in Washington to receive a briefing on the status of their unaccounted-for relatives. This year was
When her duty day is over, Army Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Owen often wonders if she did enough to help identify fallen service members. As
The lone military identification tag that North Korea provided with 55 boxes of human remains last month belonged to an Army medic, Master Sgt. Charles