Regarding your breaking news item today: "Korean War soldier from Illinois buried next to twin brother who died in same battle".**Your (or the AP's) comment: "Defense POW*MIA Accounting Agency reports of the *,*** Korean War personnel missing in action, only *** have been identified."**If they have been identified, it seems to me, they are no longer MIA. The sentence is inartfull at best. So, are there **** still MIA or now ****?*BTW, shortly after the end of WW*, the number of MIA was close to ***,*** men. Now it's down to about **,*** (numbers from my perhaps inaccurate memory.) And the agency identified is still looking for WW*, WW*, Korea, and Vietnam.**Two brothers in the same battle strikes me as it is likely they were in the same unit. The Deprtment of the Army, even back then, did not like to put brothers in the same unit, as the results of this battle tragically show. However, National Guard units back then often had brothers or father-son serve in the same unit. Perhaps one of your reporters could have asked what unit these men were in. If do, it could have tied the story more tightly to Illinois.
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