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BEIRUT -- The U.S. military has recovered the remains of the last U.S. service member missing in Iraq, ending a nearly six-year ordeal involving shadowy militants and a tragic love story, his family said Sunday from their Ann Arbor home.
The remains of Army Staff Sgt. Ahmed Altaie, who was 41 when militiamen seized him on Oct. 23, 2006, were positively identified at the military's mortuary in Dover, Del., the Army said in a statement released Sunday.
Originally posted by Jace26
reply to post by usmc0311
What about the millions of dead Iraqis?
Have they found the last of their bodies?