6/4/2018 0 Comments
Cremated remains left near the Vietnam Veterans Memorial will now be laid to rest alongside their comrades with full military honors.
The Missing in America Project, a nonprofit that made an agreement with the National Parks Service, will accept the remains of servicemembers left at the memorial. The organization will process about 80 sets of cremains found at the wall since 1989, as well as those left there in the future.
You can read the story here: http://www.moaa.org/Content/Publications-and-Media/News-Articles/2018-News-Articles/Veterans--Remains-Left-at-Vietnam-Memorial-Will-Be-Laid-to-Rest-With-Military-Honors.aspx?list=12884902604&cat=12884901933
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