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The Search for MIAs Comes to San Diego

There are 88 thousand American military servicemembers still either missing in action or unaccounted for. The vast majority of them are from World War II and can be assumed dead. But the Department of

The Search for MIAs Comes to San Diego

Tom Fudge:  There are 88 thousand American military servicemembers still either missing in action or unaccounted for. The vast majority of them are from World War II and can be assumed dead. But the Defense Deparment says it hasn't given up trying to find them or to learn what happend to them. The office that's been assigned the task is called, simply, the POW MIA office of the Department of Defense. And members of that office will be in San Diego on Saturday to hold one of their "Family Updates." That's when they invite families with missing loved ones to meet with them and ask questions.

Guest

Adrian Cronauer . Special assistant to the Director of the POW MIA Office of the Department of Defense