Honor can never be left behind.
Sixty years ago, as Allied forces pushed across Europe, the Nazis launched a desperate, overwhelming attack that caught them unprepared, setting off what would become known as one of the bloodiest, most brutal battles in human history: the Battle of the Bulge. Then, more than half a century after the last shots of World War II were fired, a team of forensic scientists and relic hunters enlisted the aid of several veterans of the Bulge for one last mission: to return to the battle site and recover the lost remains of their brothers-in-arms, to ensure they would be buried with all the honors they deserve. Written by a member of the expedition, this is a story of loyalty and the bonds of war, a compelling scientific mystery, and a long-awaited homecoming for families who waited decades for the return of their loved ones.
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Bill Warnock served four years with the United States Air Force. A Battle of the Bulge scholar and freelance writer, he has written feature articles for The Plain Dealer and WWII History magazine. In 1990, Warnock founded the MIA Project in affiliation with the 99th Infantry Division Association. He serves as chief data analyst, genealogist, and archival researcher. To date, the remains of eight missing soldiers have been recovered and positively identified as a result of his group's efforts.
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