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War hero brought home, laid to rest after 40 years MIA

Master Sgt. Gregory Giles presents a folded U.S. flag to Kenneth Adam, father of Chief Master Sgt. Quincy Adam, at Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery, July 27. Chief Adam is a Vietnam War veteran who was missing in action for more than 40 years. Chief Adam's remains were discovered in Southeast Asia, and he was finally brought home to be laid to rest, giving his family closure in their lives. Sergeant Giles is the Whiteman Air Force Base Honor Guard senior leader. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kenny Holston)

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