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A member of the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency hikes a trail down from an excavation site March 17, 2018, in Quang Ngai province, Vietnam, where an American pilot crashed during the Vietnam War. A joint recovery team climbed 700 feet in elevation along a half-mile trail every day to the site as part of the mission. (U.S. Army photo by Sean Kimmons) At recovery sites, memories of lost loved ones keep troops focused on grave mission
The day Army Sgt. 1st Class Tommy Murphy died is still engrained into his daughter's mind. It was April 7, 2001, and Tycoria Johnson was just 9 years old. On that Saturday, Murphy, along with six other American service members and nine Vietnamese counterparts, departed on an MI-17 helicopter to investigate a potential recovery site.
0 4/06
2018
Nora Moore, daughter of Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Moore, Vietnam War prisoner of war and missing in action, holds a photo of her dad, Sept. 22, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. Thomas Moore was captured in South Vietnam by the Viet Cong and has been listed as a POW/MIA due to his remains not being found. Nora, was recently recognized as the first person in Keesler history to receive Gold Star Family status. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Holly Mansfield) Searching for daddy in Bien Hoa
They were 30 miles outside of Saigon and their van had been overcome by the southern mercenary part of the Viet Cong. For a few minutes things were on the up and up and then a couple of the Viet Cong men came around to the back of the van and opened the doors. That is when they were captured. Those are the words ingrained in the head Nora Moore of the last documented days of her father, then-Tech. Sgt. Thomas Moore.
0 11/23
2017
Col. Kirk B. Stabler, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Commander, presents the Bronze Star Medal of Fallen Special Agent Lee Hitchcock to his brother, Mr. Craig Hitchcock, during the OSI headquarters inaugural Celebration of Life Remembrance Ceremony May 22, 2017, at Quantico, Va. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mr. Michael Hastings)   Bronze star presented to family of first OSI fallen hero
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters presented the Bronze Star Medal to the brother of the first OSI fallen hero, nearly 50 years after he was killed in action. During its first Celebration of Life event May 22, 2017, OSI also remembered the lives and honored the legacies of its 16 fallen heroes throughout the years with families, friends and colleagues of the fallen in attendance to share personal reflections of their departed.
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2017
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