First two USA troops from North Korean remains identified

First two USA troops from North Korean remains identified

First two USA troops from North Korean remains identified

According to recent reports, on Monday, the US military agency leading the analysis on bodies have confirmed that they have identified the remains of the first two American troops which were mixed together with other 55 boxes of other countries human remains which were obtained from the 1950 to 1953 Korean War which were handed over by the North Korea in the beginning of July.

Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon on Tuesday that experts chose to focus on these two sets of remains as they thought "they had a better chance", considering reasons including where the remains had been found and the background Washington had.

Byrd said the names will be announced publicly once the family is notified, the report said.

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Both service members died in late 1950 near the Chongchon River, in present-day North Korea, where the US suffered heavy casualties, DPAA officials said.

The US has successfully identified two American service members from among the remains North Korea returned this July as part of the agreement signed by President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore.

The U.S. estimates that some 5,300 American soldiers' remains have yet to be recovered from North Korea. Despite setbacks in the nuclear negotiations, North Korea has maintained its moratorium on weapons testing, has toned down its rhetoric, and attempted to downplay the threatening nature of its arsenal, as was evidenced by its decision not to feature ICBMs in its most recent military parade.

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Anthropologists have been working to identify the remains at the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency lab in Hawaii.

But the next round of identifications might take longer and might be completed "right after Christmas", Byrd added.

Pentagon spokesman Colonel Rob Manning said the United Nations delegation was led by US Air Force Major General Michael Minihan, who is chief of staff for the Command that fought alongside South Korea's troops during the war. Jennie Jin and Byrd, who were the coordinators at the Korean War agency's Project, elaborated and said that the identification process is painstaking which also includes finding DNA from within the bone fragments.

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