Linda Brown, right, and her daughter Lisa Newlander wear MIA bracelets bearing the name James Moreland, their brother and uncle, respectively, in Puyallup, Sunday February, 20, 2011.  The woman have known for more than four decades that Moreland was likely killed as a Green Beret in Vietnam.  Only now do they feel the relief of closure since his remains were formally identified.
Linda Brown, right, and her daughter Lisa Newlander wear MIA bracelets bearing the name James Moreland, their brother and uncle, respectively, in Puyallup, Sunday February, 20, 2011. The woman have known for more than four decades that Moreland was likely killed as a Green Beret in Vietnam. Only now do they feel the relief of closure since his remains were formally identified. The Olympian
Linda Brown, right, and her daughter Lisa Newlander wear MIA bracelets bearing the name James Moreland, their brother and uncle, respectively, in Puyallup, Sunday February, 20, 2011. The woman have known for more than four decades that Moreland was likely killed as a Green Beret in Vietnam. Only now do they feel the relief of closure since his remains were formally identified. The Olympian

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