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Vietnam plans to return the remains of five more missing American servicemen and is investigating a number of other cases, U.S. officials said in Bangkok, Thailand. "The Vietnamese said they have gathered information about (the) remains of 23 persons and that they expect to repatriate the remains of at least five American servicemen in about a month," said Lt. Col. Joe Harvey, commander of the U.S. Joint Resolution Center. He led a six-man team of technical experts to Hanoi for four days of talks. It will be the second such repatriation since Gen. John W. Vessey, President Reagan's special envoy, visited Hanoi in August.

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