Unknown soldier killed in Korean Conflict recognized 70 years later

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WASHINGTON — A U.S. soldier killed through the Korean Conflict has been recognized practically 70 years after being buried as an unknown individual.

The Protection POW/MIA Accounting Company introduced Tuesday that Military Cpl. Carlos E. Ferguson of Dawson, West Virginia, has been recognized.

The group says Ferguson’s stays have been buried in 1951 on the Nationwide Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Then, in 2018, scientists disinterred the stays and used dental, anthropological and chest radiograph comparability evaluation together with materials proof to determine it was Ferguson.

Ferguson can be buried in Could in Rocky Mount, Virginia.

The group says 7,662 Individuals stay unaccounted for from the Korean Conflict.

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