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CSM Charles Hayden
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CDR (Join to see) That makes me feel good, the
dependents and survivors will appreciate this act.
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Agreed Sergeant Major! It will bring closure and remembrance to many. One of the great things about this particular dignified transfer of remains was that the remains of the ROK soldiers would never have been shared by the DPRK with the ROK as they have no understanding for such in place. I hope that the UNC remains, once identified, if they are non-US, might find a resting place in the UN cemetery in Busan, ROK.
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CDR (Join to see) I appreciate knowing where my brother's remains reside.
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Hooah, Sergeant Major. Thank you for sharing.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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This should be a great thing for the families of the service members whose remains are being returned.
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SGT Thomas Lucken
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Attended several ceremonies in the latter 90s! Still are almost 8000 MIA to this day, 63 years since the Armistice was signed!!!!!!!!!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJuH_N6nUpE
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