Mission Complete: Wingman’s search helps bring Airmen home after 45 years

1st Lt. David Thomas Dinan III, F-105 Thunderchief pilot, poses in an undated photo. Dinan was killed March 17, 1969 as his aircraft was shot down by enemy fire. Thanks to the perseverance of his former roommate and the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, Dinan’s remains have been identified and returned to the United States after nearly 50 years in a Laos jungle. His funeral is set for April at Arlington Nation Cemetery. (Courtesy Photo)

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