Cambodia Repatriates Possible American Servicemen
By Harold Hutchison
Cambodia has returned three sets of remains believed to have been American servicemen who were missing in action from the Vietnam War. The three servicemen were among 53 of the 90 MIAs in that country still not accounted for.
According to media reports, the remains were discovered in Kampong Cham province. American forces carried out air strikes in Cambodia from 1969 to 1973, plus a ground invasion in 1970. The last American casualties in Southeast Asia were also suffered in Cambodia.