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U.S. Team Goes to Hanoi to Discuss MIAs

October 29, 1987|From Reuters

BANGKOK, Thailand — U.S. military experts left for Vietnam on Wednesday to continue talks with Hanoi on American servicemen still listed as missing in action in the Vietnam War, a U.S. Embassy spokesman here said.

The spokesman said the team from the U.S. Joint Casualty Resolution Center in Honolulu will discuss ways of finding the remains of 1,776 Americans still unaccounted for in Vietnam. In September, Hanoi handed over the remains of three people believed to be American servicemen.

The five-man team is headed by Lt. Col. Joe Harvey, commander of the Joint Casualty Resolution Center.

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