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Forensic anthropologist Dr. Robert Mann shows how a photo and a skull can help identify the remains of U.S troops.

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Missing Vietnam War airman's remains identifiedupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 05:53:00

The remains of a U.S. Air Force pilot listed as missing in action since his plane crashed in Laos in 1967 have been identified, and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors, the Defense Department's POW/Missing Personnel Office said Tuesday.

2010: Vietnam vet draws portraits of warupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 05:53:00

CNN's Patrick Oppmann talks to an artist who has drawn thousands of portraits of fallen U.S. military personnel.

Remains of U.S. airman missing since 1943 identifiedupdated: Wed Apr 13 2011 21:47:00

The remains of a Massachusetts airman missing in action from World War II have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

Searching for a war heroupdated: Tue Nov 09 2010 20:04:00

Clay Bonnyman Evans stands on Betio island's coral sand beaches, trying to imagine his grandfather's last moments alive.

Nearly 60 years later, a Korean War vet is identifiedupdated: Wed Sep 01 2010 13:47:00

A Kentucky service member who was missing in action during the Korean War has been identified, a Defense Department agency said on Wednesday.

Military looks for WWII dead in South Pacificupdated: Fri Aug 13 2010 09:34:00

Archaeologist Gregory Fox is the U.S. military's version of Indiana Jones, but looks more like Jerry Garcia than Harrison Ford.

Bringing WWII heroes homeupdated: Fri Aug 13 2010 09:34:00

Marines dig for remains of soldiers killed in the World War II battle of Tarawa. CNN's Ted Rowlands reports.

Remains of Pearl Harbor victim 'X-2' get a name updated: Sat Dec 17 2005 09:09:00

Remains of a U.S. Navy sailor who was listed as missing in action after Japan's 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified and will be returned to his family, the Department of Defense said.

Investigators closing in on identity of frozen WWII airmanupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 12:36:00

A decaying address book. A black plastic comb. A dirty penny.

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