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Pentagon identifies first 2 of Korean War remains recovered from North Korea

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Larry McDaniel, of Jacksonville, Fla., left, and his brother, Charles McDaniel, of Indianapolis, sons of Master Sgt. Charles Hobert McDaniel who died in the Korean War in 1950, are presented their father’s dog tag by an official of the Army’s Past Conflicts Casualty Office on Aug. 8, in Arlington, Va. The dog tag was among remains recently repatriated from North Korea.

  • COURTESY PHOTO

    Pfc. William Hoover Jones, 19, joined the Army from North Carolina and was a member of Company E, 2nd Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division.

  • COURTESY PHOTO

    Master Sgt. Charles McDaniel, 32, a medic with the 8th Cavalry Regiment Medical Company.

A 25th Infantry Division soldier and an Army medic whose dog tag was recovered are the first two Korean War identifications to be made from 55 sets of remains turned over to the United States by the North in July, officials said. Read more

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