JPAC - Pentagon agency slow to ID, return remains of America's fallen

ARLINGTON, Va. – There are 83,000 Americans missing tonight. They are troops who have never been accounted for in wars, from World War II to the present day. A Pentagon agency called the Joint POW-MIA Accounting Command, or JPAC, is in charge of finding, identifying and returning their remains. But CBS News has found this solemn mission has been undermined by lapses in management. In 2012, for example, JPAC spent $100 million, but identified only 80 of the missing

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