Missing In Action After Generations Of Grief And Frustration, Families Of Korean War MIAs Are More Optimistic By editor • Aug 31, 2018 Families hope advances in DNA technology and thawing U.S./North Korean relations will help the government recover and identify long-missing remains of service members. 50 Years After Vietnam, POW/MIA Movement Counts Its Successes - One At A Time By Jay Price • Oct 13, 2017 In the Vietnam War era, Americans became more interested in recovering missing troops -- largely because of the activism of some military families. WWII Vet’s Remains To Return To Florida After 73 Years By The Associated Press • Mar 19, 2017 burningred / Flickr A World War II veteran's remains will be returned to his family in Florida, some 73 years after he was shot down by German fighters. As Years Turn To Decades, Families Still Wait For Remains of Loved Ones Lost In War By Patricia Murphy • Apr 21, 2016 Nearly 83,000 U.S. service members are still listed as missing in action from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and other conflicts. Many of their families still hope their remains will be identified and returned home.