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How Pentagon Faked Repatriation Of Fallen Soldiers For Years

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How Pentagon FAKED repatriation of fallen soldiers for years with phony ceremonies, decommissioned planes and bodies that had spent months in labs

The Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command has handled the identification and repatriation of soldiers from old battle fields for seven years

Remains were taken off planes in coffins draped with flags while Taps played and then attendees sang the Star-Spangled Banner, suggesting the fallen soldiers had just been returned

The Pentagon now admits that the ceremonies were held on defunct planes after remains had been in a lab for months

The ceremonies in a Hawaii base honored POWs and MIAs from Korea, Vietnam, and World War II

For seven years, the Department of Defense has faked repatriations where military personnel carry honored dead soldiers off of planes as part of their ceremonial return to the U.S.

While the Pentagon insists the coffins indeed contain the remains of MIA soldiers returned to America from foreign wars, it now admits that the Hawaii arrival ceremonies often attended by a tearful audience aren’t actually arrivals at all.

In fact, the coffins are toted out of planes that can no longer even fly, but must be towed onto the runway for the phony ceremonies and the remains have sometimes been back in the country for months.

Just unbelievable!

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Does such a public act of coming home bring dignity to the dead and their families?

Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.

Showing them being bought home in a bucket lacks the same dignity.

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