Re: “The last mission: Bringing MIAs home” (editorial, 3-11).
The editorial failed to mention the Korean War missing in action. The Korean War is often referred to as “the forgotten war.”
MIAs from the Korean War still number more than 7,500 – including my dad, who was a B-26 pilot. We are all still hoping for recovery and identification of our loved ones. There have been successful search and recoveries in North Korea since the mid-1990s, but North Korea has prevented such activities for the past few years.
The United States paid North Korea for each search activity. Our …