On September 10, a bipartisan group of legislators introduced a bill to help find and repatriate the remains of the more than 1,500 Wisconsin Service Members still Missing-in-Action (MIA) since World War II. Since Pearl Harbor, approximately 80,000 U.S. Service Members across the globe, including more than 1,500 from Wisconsin, are still reported as MIA. Field physician Dr. Ryan Wubben describes the archeological excavation that helped to bring home the remains of Frank Fazekas, whose plane was shot down by Germans in France during World War II.

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