Norks "Allowing" Five More Searches

N. Korea Troop Searches Agreed On
Associated Press
November 18, 2003

WASHINGTON - The United States and North Korea agreed on five new search missions for the remains of American troops killed half a century ago during the Korean War.

The agreement calls for the joint search missions to begin early next year in Unsan County and near the Chosin Reservoir north of the capital, Pyongyang, the Pentagon said Monday. The two sides agreed on the searches during talks Friday and Saturday in Bangkok, Thailand, the Pentagon statement said.

Go HERE for the rest...dammit, we should be DEMANDING they be found and returned...

by Eric on November 18, 2003 | Comments(1) | Military Stuff

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Hell yeah!And after we find our MIAs we should nuke those Commie bastards as we are leaving.

posted by: gooseneck on November 18, 2003 04:49 PM