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Families urge using new DNA tech to ID Pearl Harbor unknowns

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This is about “Respect for those that died, serving their countries”.

“They gave their lives for our country. And they deserve the same honor and respect as any other service member past, present and future,” -

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With sincere respect to the families & survivors of ALL those sailors, soldiers, airmen, marines and civilians: of EVERY country who perished in wartime, “Condolences.”

- “Peace, before nationalism” should be the hallmark moving forward.

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snowymountainhellToday  10:25 am JST

With sincere respect to the families & survivors of ALL those sailors, soldiers, airmen, marines andcivilians: of EVERY country who perished in wartime, “Condolences.” 

- “Peace, before nationalism” should be the hallmark moving forward.

I'm with you.

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@8:10am - Hopefully, and with all due respect to those ALL that perished in wartime, soldiers sailors airmen AND civilians, this comments section will be equally monitored and moderated throughout its duration.(Revoked 8:21 by email as “off-topic”)

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snowymountainhellToday  05:59 pm JST

@8:10am - Hopefully, and with all due respect to those ALL that perished in wartime, soldiers sailors airmen AND civilians, this comments section will be equally monitored and moderated throughout its duration.(Revoked 8:21 by email as “off-topic”)

Thanks snowy--vets like me in particular respect your words greatly.

The Arizona Memorial is a very moving and solemn site. Very propaganda free.

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As many as 75 million died in World War II. While we should honor the warriors, as with most wars, most of the fallen in World War II were civilians.

China had about 20 million casualties, and the USSR about 30 million casualties. If there is ever a World War III, it will be infinitely worse.

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True @CP 6:04pm, it’s a solemn place that moves Any who visit. I respect the Japanese I’ve seen there, ‘putting the past behind them’ and ‘paying respect to those who were committed to ‘restoring and maintaining the world’s peace’,

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https://dpaa-mil.sites.crmforce.mil/dpaaProfileHome

Most of this work is done at Offutt AFB (Omaha, NE).

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