Hello there, if you have landed on this page, I have likely contacted you regarding a Missing-in-Action U.S. Soldier. If you're a close relative, you may already be aware of the Soldier, but if you're a distant relative, my outreach may be the first time you're hearing about him. Who am I, and why am I calling?
On behalf of the U.S. Army and my employer, Eagle Investigative Services, my job is to re-establish contact with Soldiers' families and locate the primary next of kin (PNOK) and secondary next of kin (SNOK). My other important goal is identifying potential DNA donor relatives. DNA reference samples are a critical technology the Army uses to identify unaccounted-for Soldiers. As a distant relative, you may be one of the few living people who can provide a shared DNA match to the Soldier.
I understand that receiving a call about a Soldier you may not have heard of can be overwhelming for distant relatives. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me directly or visit the U.S. Army's Human Resource Command website for more information about the PCRB and its repatriation mission. In the right sidebar, resources are available to help you understand the U.S. Army's mission and how you can assist in repatriating U.S. Soldiers whose remains never made it back to U.S. soil.
Thank you so much for helping to keep the promise.
Contact information for the PCRB:
Tel Number for Families: 1-800-892-2490
General Douglas MacArthur
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