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          Merrill's Marauder's cross a river in Burma (now Myanmar) in 1944. U.S. Army photo.

          Alumna Vaneesa Cook (Ph.D. 2015) has written a blog post about her work with the Missing in Action Recovery & Identification Project at UW-Madison. The piece is titled “The Legacy of the 5307th Merrill’s Marauders: Wisconsin MIAs in Burma.” The MIA Project is a joint initiative between UW-Madison and the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) in the Department of Defense. The MIA Project works to recover, identify, and repatriate MIA U.S. service members by conducting field excavations and providing year-round research assistance to families 的 missing service members. Read the full blog post at uwmadscience.



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