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November 02, 1986

Vietnam plans to return the remains of three U.S. servicemen killed during the Vietnam War sometime in the next several weeks and will investigate 19 new reports of other American remains, a U.S. military official said. Lt. Col. Joe Harvey, head of the Joint Casualty Resolution Center in Hawaii, said on returning from Hanoi after three days of talks that U.S. and Vietnamese officials also discussed the joint excavation of a downed American warplane, but reached no agreement. He said that more MIA case material was presented to the Vietnamese and reports of live Americans in Vietnam were discussed but that there were no major developments.

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