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American WWII Remains Recovered in India

April 13, 2016 - 10:27 AM


DELHI, INDIA - Secretary of Defense Ash Carter was honored to participate this morning in a ceremony in New Delhi, India, repatriating the possible remains of U.S service members recovered by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA). One set of remains was recovered in the Arunachal Pradesh state between Sept. 12 and Nov. 17, 2015. A second set of remains was unilaterally turned over to DPAA by a third party from the same region.
 
The remains recovered late last year are possibly associated with a B-24 crash on Jan. 25, 1944, where a crew of eight personnel assigned to the 14th Air Force, 308th Bomb Group were lost during a routine mission from Kunming, China to Chabua, India. ‎The remains that were turned over to DPAA are possibly related to a C-109 that crashed on July 17, 1945, travelling from Jorhat, India, to Hsinching, China, with a four-man Army Air Force crew.

After the ceremony, the remains were flown by U.S. military aircraft to the DPAA laboratory in Honolulu, Hawaii, for further identification.

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