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  • After a short ceremony to honor the dead, Japanese officials reburied the remains, said Maj. Johnson, who was also on the expedition.

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  • Japan's Ministry of Health and Welfare is studying the feasibility of excavating the remains and taking them back to Japan for reburial, said Maj. Christopher Johnson, a policy adviser in the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office at the Pentagon.

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