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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 25 2013 5:25 p.m. MDT

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tylert73
West Valley, UT

Though he died nearly 70 years ago, he died a hero and it is an honor to have him back home in Utah.

rlsintx
Plano, TX

"You are not Forgotten".

Welcome home, and Best Wishes to the many who mourned your absence.
Thanks for your service.

Nan BW
ELder, CO

This is a great story of relatives caring enough to persist in a tough quest. It is also a great story of what DNA testing can reveal. I am glad this veteran is being honored. My WWII father is almost 92, and still working on vehicles and farm equipment; we are so blessed he came home, and we are all so blessed we have the examples of our veterans, whether alive or departed.

Sharon Cross
San Angelo, TX

Lt. Bird ..... Welcome home Sir and rest in peace .

onebigdaddy
Dillon, CO

Welcome home to "The land of the Big-PX"

Shimlau
SAINT GEORGE, UT

Welcome home another of the 'greatest generation'.

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