This Friday the search for the remains of US soldiers who disappeared in 1985 resumed

Since the early hours of this Friday, the United States Department of Defense, with the support of Panamanian entities, resumed the mission to recover the remains of two members of the US Navy, who disappeared on a training flight in 1985.

This information was shared through a statement from the United States Embassy in Panama, which details that these tasks are carried out with the collaboration of the National Aeronaval Service of Panama, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Environment (MiAmbiente).

It should be noted that these tasks began on August 8 in the Santa Fe National Park, province of Veraguas, and will last until mid-December.

On the part of the United States, the rescue operation is led by the International Agency for Search and Recovery of Missing Persons (DPAA), on behalf of the US Navy.

This plane crash occurred in April 1985 in Panama, when the US Navy aircraft did not return to the carrier after a training mission. At that time, a search and rescue mission was carried out with the collaboration of Panama, but the accident site could not be located.

In 2019, youth from the area located the remains of the aircraft within the Santa Fe National Park, and the DPAA began the investigation in January 2020. This is the third rescue mission carried out in the Santa Fe National Park.

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