Remains of Fallen Korean War Servicemembers Arrive Back On American Soil

North Korea recently turned over the remains of American servicemembers lost in the Korean War, the first mass turnover of remains since the early '90s.

55 cases have been transported from Osan Air Base in South Korea and returned to American soil for an honorable carry ceremony in Hawaii. The process of identifying the remains could take months or years to complete. Currently, more than 7,000 U.S. soldiers are listed as missing from the Korean War. Good to see these military members make it home. Show your support in the comments.

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