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LONG TIME COMING. The identification of lst Lt Larry Adams, an F 105 pilot shot down over Vietnam in 1966. Lieutenant Adams remains were finally identified.

It was a long time coming because a Buddhist farmer found some bone fragments and followed the peaceful tradition of his religion by honoring the dead hero as opposed to turning them over to the North Vietnamese government to use as propaganda. The Farmer turned them over to American authorities.

In Lt. Adam's last letter home he wrote "I do wish our government would clarify the reasons for being here. This is very hard." His Memorial service was yesterday Wednesday, June 1, 2005 with full military honors at Beale Air Force Base. May he now rest in peace. God Bless Lt. Adams and his family.

June 01 2005
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