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Judi Boyer Bouchard's voice shook with excitement when she called the Missoulian newsroom Wednesday.

She had a letter to send and needed an email address. She didnít say what it was about.

The last time we talked with Bouchard was in 2008. From her home in central Florida, she and her mother, Dorothy, from the family home in Illinois, related the story of their brother and son, Alan, who moved to Missoula in the mid-1960s to attend forestry school at the University of Montana.

Alan Boyer dropped out of college at the height of the Vietnam War and joined the Army, they said. It had been 40 years since the day in 1968 he and two other Green Berets were left behind by a helicopter fleeing heavy fire in the jungles of Laos. His family hadnít heard from him since.

They clung to the hope that heíd been captured and was alive. They shared the agony of thousands of families from dozens of wars whose loved ones disappear on the battlefields of war.


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My cousin was a 23 yr. old Major, MIA very early in the War, he died in a plane crash over Cambodia, he was piloting Special Forces, and civilians(CIA), and they just recovered his body last year, and bought Bobby home, buried in Arlington. Dad's Godson.
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