The first two U.S. service members have been identified from remains repatriated from North Korea. Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Vernon, Ind., who was 32, and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of Nash County, N.C., who was 19, were identified by the Defense Department as the first two soldiers who have been repatriated from North Korea. Here are their photos, as well as the Army’s Facebook post: Pfc. William H. Jones (U.S. Army/Facebook) Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel (U.S. Army/Facebook) “The Army is grateful that two U.S. Soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice have been identified and will be returned to their families. Pfc. William H. Jones and Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel served our nation bravely; and, today, we remember their service and honor their sacrifice. As our nation observes National POW/MIA Recognition Day, it is especially fitting that Soldiers reported missing in action in North Korea have been accounted for and will be properly laid to rest in the weeks
PHOTOS: Here are the faces of the first 2 US soldiers identified from North Korean remains
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