A long-delayed SF homecoming for soldier who died in Korean War

Robert Graham disappeared after Chinese forces attacked his combat battalion in South Korea on a freezing day in February 1951.

“Things are finally coming to closure for the family … after 65 years,” said James George, 59, of Fairfield, a retired Marine Corps master sergeant who escorted his uncle’s remains Wednesday on a flight from Hawaii to San Francisco International Airport.

George and two relatives contributed DNA that enabled the Army to identify a single bone from Graham’s leg last fall in a mixture of body parts of missing U.S. servicemen that North Korea turned over in 1993.

Venturelli said they included descriptions

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