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Army Air Forces Staff Sgt. John H. Canty was one of eight crewmembers aboard a B-26 Maurader on a nighttime bombing mission from Easton Lodge-Essex, England, against targets near Caen, France. His B-26 was shot down between the villages of Baron-sur-Odon and Gavrus, France on June 22, 1944. World War II Airman remains recovered
An Airman who served with 555th Bombardment Squadron, 386th Bombardment Group, 9th Bomber Command, during World War II was accounted for Jan. 22, 2018.
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2018
On Sept. 17, 2016, Maj. Dean Klenda’s remains will finally be laid to rest, 51 years to the day from when his aircraft was shot down in North Vietnam, thanks in part to the team of the Missing Persons Branch at the Air Force Personnel Center. The branch serves as the liaison between government agencies and Air Force POW/MIA family members. (Courtesy photo) Missing pilot’s remains bring sister closure after 51 years
Maj. Dean Klenda, an F-105 Thunderchief pilot, went to Vietnam in 1965. He never returned. His sister, Deanna, has been searching for answers ever since. Last year, she got them, and his remains are finally home.
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2016
Tech. Sgt. Robin Bailon, right, of the 60th Operations Support Squadron, and a Vietnamese local screen dirt for evidence in hopes of finding life-support equipment and remains from a Vietnam War-era crash. (Courtesy photo) Airman helps search for Vietnam War remains
When Tech. Sgt. Robin Bailon enlisted in Air Force in 2000, she didn't expect her career to place her in Vietnam, serving as a life science investigator. But Bailon, an aircrew flight equipment specialist by trade, had the opportunity to venture far outside the scope of her traditional duties, recently returning from a trip working for the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Accounting Agency in Vietnam.
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2016
Chaplain (Capt.) Matthew Dussia salutes the remains of Capt. Robert Turnbull Sr., July 19, 2014 at Barnetts Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Ga. Thomas County, Ga. Trunbull was one of 52 service members lost during a C-124 Globemaster crash in Alaska in 1952. Dussia is  a chaplain with the 325th Fighter Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dustin Mullen) Airman laid to rest 62 years after crash
Never leave an Airman behind. These words are a staple in the Air Force and echoed by men and women everyday through the Air Force Creed. Following this code, whether on the battlefield or even a lost plane from more than 60 years ago, is a way of life.
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