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70 Years After Burma Airlift, US Team Tracks Down American Servicemen Remains

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A United States team has recovered what could be the remains of American servicemen who went missing during World War II in India’s northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh that borders Myanmar and China. More than 400 Americans who had ferried tens of thousands of tons of gasoline, ammunition and other supplies to besieged Chinese forces holding out against the invading Japanese army remain unaccounted for in India. That massive airlift over 70 years ago was launched after the Japanese...

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