The Unknown Soldiers (2006) BBC Timewatch

The Unknown Soldiers

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In the summer of 2003 two sets of remains were found in a field just outside the town of Soissons in Northern France. They were uncovered by a French archaeologist during a routine land survey. From personal effects found with the remains it was presumed that they were the remains of American soldiers who had fought during World War I. The remains were turned to over to a unique unit of the American military, the Joint Prisoner of War / Missing in Action Accounting Command (JPAC). From their base in Hawaii, their mission is to search for, identify and bring home all missing American servicemen from all previous conflicts. There are still 4,800 missing from World War I, 78,000 missing from World War II, 120 missing from the Cold War, 8,100 missing from the Korean War and 1,800 missing from the Vietnam War. The remains were brought to JPAC’s Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii – one of the world’s leading forensic anthropology labs – for scientific analyses. One of the key per... (read more)


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