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"I think what is really important is the fact that we don't forget. We are always going to go back. We're always going to look. We're going to do our best to provide the answers to the families," said James Canik, deputy director of the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory. (Andrew S. Geraci/The Washington Times)

"I think what is really important is the fact that we don't forget. We are always going to go back. We're always going to look. We're going to do our best to provide the answers to the families," said James Canik, deputy director of the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory. (Andrew S. Geraci/The Washington Times)

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