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Eagle5US
05-24-2004, 21:20
Many of you know the unit I am associated with. Of late, we have been increasingly seen on Nightline, 60 Min's, 60 Mins II, GMA and others.
Our mission is to provide the fullest accounting of Americans from all past conflicts.
Previously, there were two units that handled this mission...
JTF-FA (my previous posting) covered Southeast Asia (Vietnam War) including China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and their respective off-shore waters.
CILHI focused on remains from the Korean War and earlier. 1 Oct 03 the two units merged under a single PACOM flag and formed JPAC. Our mission remains the same...only now it is one unit providing worldwide POW / MIA investigation and recovery.
Our new website is up...complete with press releases, some photos, repatriation information, etc...
If you are interested, please feel free to visit.
JPAC Home (www.jpac.pacom.mil)

Eagle

Roguish Lawyer
05-24-2004, 22:06
Thanks, Eagle, for your dedication and commitment to this important task. And thanks for the link too.

CPTAUSRET
05-24-2004, 22:15
J:

Nice site...Great work that you do, thank you.

Stay safe.

Terry

pulque
08-02-2004, 15:59
I just want to say thank you for your good work at JPAC.

The Reaper
08-02-2004, 17:16
Thanks for what you do, Hermano!

TR

NousDefionsDoc
08-02-2004, 18:48
Gracias 'mano.

brownapple
08-02-2004, 19:30
Still waiting for that verbage on the acquisition of the tile from a former POW facility, CPT. Eagle... :D

Pandora
08-02-2004, 19:54
Thank you, Sir.

Prayers out to each and every family still waiting.

I had no idea so many still wait for news.

Gypsy
08-02-2004, 21:27
Thank you Eagle5US for all that you and your Unit does.

Roycroft201
08-03-2004, 17:31
Thank you for posting the link, Eagle. Your work is so important.

Eagle5US
08-03-2004, 18:11
appreciate the support.

Eagle

Sweetbriar
08-03-2004, 20:26
I just finished watching Last Flight of Bomber 31 on PBS, featuring a recovery in Kamchatka, Russia. Not only was JPAC's mission featured, but the also the respect, diligence and effort the team puts into it. Excellent work, Eagle.

Check local listings for this week's NOVA.

rwt_bkk
08-12-2004, 04:42
thanks for your service to us all. I still have a lot of friends waiting to come home from Laos....
be safe and don't believe any of those political types...(either side).

CommoGeek
08-12-2004, 07:50
Originally posted by Sweetbriar
I just finished watching Last Flight of Bomber 31 on PBS, featuring a recovery in Kamchatka, Russia. Not only was JPAC's mission featured, but the also the respect, diligence and effort the team puts into it. Excellent work, Eagle.

Check local listings for this week's NOVA.

I saw that too. When they showed the Russian helos I thought "My God, how do they ride in those things?" and then I remembered that several members of Eagle's unit died in a crash of a Russian helo in Vietnam.

Not only is their work vital, but their working conditions tend to suck.

Thank you guys for bringing them home.