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Military seeing surge in identifications of MIAs

October 10, 2018

Decades after they died, the military is seeing a surge in identifications of U.S. service members who had been classified as missing in action. The number of identifications will likely reach 200 this year, more than triple what was the norm. (Oct. 10)

Decades after they died, the military is seeing a surge in identifications of U.S. service members who had been classified as missing in action. The number of identifications will likely reach 200 this year, more than triple what was the norm. (Oct. 10)

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