Pentagon searching for U.S. WWII MIAs

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Pentagon searching for U.S. WWII MIAs

More than 70,000 listed as missing
In this 2014 photo provided by Pacific Wrecks, Justin Taylan, founder and director of Pacific Wrecks, poses at a World War II airplane wreck site in Papua New Guinea. Taylan founded Pacific Wrecks 20 years ago after visiting crash sites and battlefields with his grandfather, a WWII veteran.
This 2014 photo provided by Pacific Wrecks shows the wreckage of a Martin B-26 Marauder where it made a forced landing in Papua New Guinea during World War II. The crew of this aircraft survived and returned to duty.

Pentagon searching for U.S. WWII MIAs

In this 2014 photo provided by Pacific Wrecks, Justin Taylan, founder and director of Pacific Wrecks, poses at a World War II airplane wreck site in Papua New Guinea. Taylan founded Pacific Wrecks 20 years ago after visiting crash sites and battlefields with his grandfather, a WWII veteran.
This 2014 photo provided by Pacific Wrecks shows the wreckage of a Martin B-26 Marauder where it made a forced landing in Papua New Guinea during World War II. The crew of this aircraft survived and returned to duty.
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