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Repatriations

Since our total pull-out of the Southeast Asia region, we have had the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (formerly known as the Joint Task Force) in the region with the sole goal to bring "our boys home." There have been the repatriation (remains returned to the United States) of approximately 700 plus remains since 1975. These repatriations are not without their disappointments and controversities. These are the Missing in Action (MIA) who whether agreed upon the identification or not, were recently "Welcomed Home."

These are the veterans who were returned, identified their remains and reported to their family.

All information was updated 10 April, 2013

PMSEA Report -- Personnel Missing -- SouthEast Asia

Service Accounted POW/MIA Unaccounted POW/MIA
Air Force 824 526
Army 348 531
Coast Guard 1 0
Marine Corps 128 212
Navy 327 364
Cilvilians 81 31
Totals 1709 1664

Pursuit Status County Unaccounted POW/MIA
Further Pursuit see note below 940
Deferred see note below 92
No Further Search see note below 632

Note:

The countries involved are: VN (Vietnam North - 470), VS (Vietnam South - 812), La (Laos - 318) CB(Cambodia - 57), and CH (China - 7) which accumlative is 1664 and is inclusive of the 31 Civilians noted above. Please contact me if you want service branches breakdowns within each country. Also understant that more than 450 are over-water losses and are inclusive of the no further pursuit totals.




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Since 1975

the U.S. Government has received 23,547 reports possibly pertaining to Americans in Southeast Asia:





1st hand live sightings 1,995
Hearsay sightings 5,603
Crash/gravesites 5,941
Dogtags 10,008


This list is in a PDF format because it is so large, you will have to download the information to review.

Repatriations Chart (PDF)-- updated 10 April, 2013

KEY



Original Missing 2,646
Repatriated 982
Still MIA 1,664


Symbol Explanation
* controversial finding
+ rescinded identification but remains on the list
# identification disputed and suspicious



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