Military seeks families of Korean War, Cold War servicemen

September 1998
Airman;Sep98, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p10
Reports on the expansion of the intensive public outreach efforts of the United States Defense Department and four military services to locate family members of Korean War and Cold War servicemen. Goals of the expanded outreach effort; Results of previous outreach efforts; Establishment of a toll-free number to keep families informed on Korean War and Cold War remains recovery operations.


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