Airmen, international community honor recovered World War II MIAs

HENRI-CHAPELLE, Belgium -- Col. Mark Horn, U.S. National Military Representative to Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, places a rosette by 1st Lt. Raymond Pascuel's name Feb. 20, 2009 at the Henri-Chapelle Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium, signifying he is no longer missing in action. Lieutenant Pascuel was a New York native and one of nine men with the McMurray Crew in the Army Air Corps, who flew a B-24 bomber during World War II. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Kathleen Polesnak)

PHOTO BY: nd Lt. Kathleen Polesnak
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