Korean War Project
For Family DNA Information.
On May 15, 2001, the Korean War Project announced Finding The Families,
an Internet based initiative to find several thousand families of servicemen Missing
In Action from the Korean War. As tensions heat and cool on the Korean peninsula,
many remains of servicemen lost in the Korean War will eventually be repatriated to the United States. DNA samples are needed from these families in order to make it possible to attempt to identify remains found in the future.
We encourage you to research your local city or county and see if together we can find the missing families to let them know We Remember The Lost.
Once we make contact, we will direct you to the Department of Defense unit that ultimately obtains the DNA samples.