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A Century after they fell in battle, lost soldiers from World War I are still accidentally uncovered in fields around the Northern Front. What happens to them?
Within the Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) is the Commemorations Team. This team is responsible for undertaking work to identify and bury remains of recently discovered Service personnel killed in historic campaigns from WW1 onwards.
It also considers evidence relating to the identity of previously “unknown” buried service personnel. The team search for family and then coordinate the arrangements of a military ceremony to honour those who have been discovered. The Commemorations Team continually care for the fallen”.
To find out more please visit... www.gov.uk/guidance/joint-casualty-and-compassionate-centre-jccc
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