Skip to comments.First soldier remains sent from North Korea identified
Posted on 09/24/2018 2:31:25 PM PDT by PROCON
The first remains of soldiers killed in the Korean War and sent from North Korea have been identified as belonging to Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Indiana and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of North Carolina, President Trump shared through Twitter on Thursday.
Army Pfc. William H. Jones, killed during the Korean War, was identified in September 2018. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel, killed during the Korean War. He was identified in September 2018. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Thank goodness...and President Trump!
Finally some closure for their families. Godspeed.
A slow hand salute to hopefully two of many. GBU.
Welcome home Sgt McDaniel and PFC Jones. Obamatard would never announce the homecoming of heroes. What a difference in presidents..
Welcome home. Weve missed you
Yes, welcome home men, and thank you.
That war was almost 70 years ago; anyone who knew them has long since gone on to join them.
I would rather have had our POWs from that war (who were kept by the Chinese; probably deceased by now) and the POWs from the Vietnam war
The US has a doleful reputation for forgetting those it left behind.
Welcome home, men — long overdue, but welcome nonetheless. Hooah.
Hat tip to Chairman Kim for doing this. Let’s build on it and get rid of those nukes.
"...Pfc. William H. Jones and Master Sergeant Charles H. McDaniel..."
I hope their families find solace and peace.
You wonder what interesting and fascinating stories they could tell about what happened to them. And it is indeed very incredible and moving that they are now finally back.
Politely disagree. For example: "Missing Korean War soldier's sons receive their father's dog tag"
(It's not an either/or proposition -- both things should be done.)
Welcome Home and Rest In Peace.
Ditto and amen!!
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