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US Navy divers gather at the end of a day working off the coast of Palau. They are part of a team of divers searching for the remains of crew members from a US B-2 bomber that crashed off the coast of Palau during the World War Two (WWII) Pacific campaign. Over 88,000 US servicemen and women are missing in action (MIA) or prisoners of war (POW) since the end of WWII. The Joint POW/MIA Accountability Commmand (JPAC) was set up to start searching for these missing individuals. Every year the remains of over 100 missing personnel are found and accounted for by search and rescue missions...