Soldiers’ Remains Return Home To US From North Korea


‘Today, our boys are coming home’

Vice President Mike Pence welcomed home Wednesday the presumed remains of U.S. soldiers, who fell in the Korean War, as they arrived in Hawaii.

The U.S. welcomed the remains, consisting of 55 boxes of as yet unidentified bones and one dog tag, in a solemn dignified carry ceremony, in which each flag covered box was carried off a cargo plane into a military base in Hawaii by one Marine, one airman, one soldier, and one sailor each. Pence spoke at the ceremony, hailing the remains as new hope for the families of the fallen and a sign of …

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