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Military issues $62.7M contract for new Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command lab

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The military has awarded a $62.7 million contract to a Honolulu company for the construction of a new laboratory and offices for the command that searches for, finds, and identifies the remains of Americans missing from past wars. 

Nan Inc. is due to build the three-story structure for Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam by July 2013.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific said Monday the building will include an identification laboratory, office space, training space and a warehouse. 

Maj. Gen. Stephen Tom, who leads the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, says the new Central Identification Laboratory will be state of the art and among the premiere facilities in the world. 

 

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