Thursday, July 26, 2018

Remains Of 55 American Servicemen Were Flown Out Of North Korea Today

New York Times: Remains of U.S. War Dead in North Korea Start Journey Home After 65 Years

PYEONGTAEK, South Korea — Remains believed to be those of about 50 American servicemen were flown out of North Korea on Friday, the first visible result of President Trump’s efforts to bring the American war dead home 65 years after the end of combat in the Korean War.

“We are encouraged by North Korea’s actions and the momentum for positive change,” the White House said in announcing the handover.

An American Air Force C-17 Globemaster cargo plane carrying the remains landed later at Osan Air Base south of Seoul, the South Korean capital. Hundreds of American service members as well as a military honor guard lined up on the tarmac to mark the return of the fallen soldiers.

From Osan Air Base, the remains will be transferred to the Hawaii-based Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, where painstaking forensic work will be carried out to identify them. Remains that were returned in the past from North Korea were found to be mixed with those of unidentified individuals and even with animal bones.

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WNU Editor: Here is an easy prediction .... this is going to be the first of many transfers.

More News On The Remains Of 55 American Servicemen Being Flown Out Of North Korea Today

U.S. military takes possession of remains that North Korea says belong to Americans who died in the Korean War -- Washington Post
White House: US plane leaves North Korea with US war remains -- USA Today
US military plane departs North Korea with service members’ remains, White House says -- FOX News
US military plane leaves North Korea with remains of soldiers from Korean War -- The Hill
North Korea hands over the possible remains of American war dead -- CNN

Update: This is incredible.


Anonymous said...

Can we all agree this is a wonderful moment. It is.

Chase jones said...

but but the russians

fred said...

you are a phucking moron
It is good to have this (and I was in Korea in 1950), but you must enter childish snark...grow up

Mike Feldhake said...

Awesome!! But it won't make much news at night sadly.

Chase jones said...

Why you such a butt hurt loser Fred

Unknown said...

The N. Koreans have done it again. We don't know what we got and won't for years. Next NK will present us with a bill (like last time) which we will pay. NK looks helpful and the US looks like saps. Fantastic foreign policy coup for Trump.

fred said...

Hardly a loser but we are talking here about dead Americans and you need to be childish and make a remark that is out of place...
You do not like Mueller investigation? ok. express yourself in the appropriate place.
this issue is for most sensible people important and a closure hoped for, no matter what our party or affiliation.
if you can not understand that, then just slink away

Damien said...

Im glad you kept your calm. My father foughr in Korea and Vietnam. Thankfully he made it home to is. I'm glad to see any fellow American come home to be laid to rest in the land he/she loved so much!! Thank you for your service

Damien said...

Sorry for the spelling mistakes

Anonymous said...

Dude. Fred actually fought in that war, if I'm not mistaken. I don't know about you, I certainly disagree with Fred sometimes, but this ain't the place. Servicemen who paid the ultimate price coming home. Think about it.

Chase jones said...

oh yea he said he did must be true i forgot internet blog chats are 100% facts lol. this was great news but i never seen it on the tv just more russia russia or porstars or cohen thats is what my point was to jackasses. fred posts on here und 3 or 4 diff names jus another unhinged lefty mad at the world