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Photographer Credit: Paul Zambrana

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It is with a tremendous amount of honor and appreciation that we share and pick up from where American Airlines left off yesterday by sharing our images from USMC & MIA WWII PFC Michael Kocopy final journey home.

This 20 year old Missing in Action Marine from Gardendale, PA died on the first day of battle on a small island of Betio in the Tarawa Atoll of the Gilbert Islands on Nov 20, 1943 his remains were not identified and accounted for until August 27, 2019. He will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery on January 30, 2020.

TMD Enterprises will continue to document his journey to his final resting place at Arlington for the family and will share with you more in hopes to play our part in keeping this hero and his legacy along with families sacrifice remembered.

16 million Americans served in WWII, more than 400,000 died and some 72,641 service members are still unaccounted for, some 30,000 are assessed as unrecoverable.

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