65 Years After They Went Missing In Action, These Two U.S. Soldiers Were Finally Found In Korea | Scribol.com

After the armistice of July 1953, the chaotic carnage of the Korean War was finally over. Some 1.6 million Koreans were dead, while 36,516 U.S. soldiers had also lost their lives during the conflict. Even today, there are still some 7,750 American personnel who served in the conflict who are classified as MIA; their fates remain undetermined. But nearly 65 years after the end of hostilities, what happened to two of the missing soldiers, Robert Graham and Roy Henderson, was finally discovered.

Source: 65 Years After They Went Missing In Action, These Two U.S. Soldiers Were Finally Found In Korea | Scribol.com

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