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When the Korean War ended more than 50 years ago, the enemy never returned or accounted for more than 8,000 American servicemen.
Since that time, DNA matching has been perfected and more and more remains are being recovered in North Korea.
The government is obligated to return those remains to their families, and Harold Davis — a 78-year-old combat veteran of the Korean War — is working with the U.S. military's Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) to ensure all those soldiers' remains are sent home.
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