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Ten U.S. MIAs Announced as Accounted for From the Vietnam War

As reported March 12 by the National League of POW/MIA Families, since November 24, 2014, the following ten US personnel have been announced as accounted for: Capt. Richard D. Chorlins, USAF; LT Richard C. Clark, USNR; Col William E. Cooper, USAF; MSG James W. Holt,USA; CMSgt Edwin E. Morgan, USAF: SSG Warren E. Newton, USA: CW3 Larry Phipps, USA; SSG Bunyan D. Price, Jr., USA: CW3 Ranier S. Ramos, USA: and LTJG Neil B. Taylor, USNR.
The number of Americans now listed by DoD as returned and identified since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975 is 954. Another 63 US personnel, recovered by the US and identified before the end of the war, bring the total of US personnel accounted for from the Vietnam War to 1,017.

New York Guard Honors Decesed Veterans

The New York Military Forces Honor Guard has provided over 10,000 funeral service for deceased veterans in 2013.  It has performed over 100,000 services since it was founded in 1999.
 
They have a fulltime staff of 35 soldiers and 135 part timers to perform these services..  Veteran's families should afford themselves of this opportunity to honor their loved one.
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