PFC Fouty and SPC Jimenez

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    PFC Fouty and SPC Jimenez

    I've done some searching but haven't been able to find out if Fouty and Jimenez have returned home. Can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks

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    It might be helpful if you could provide a bit more information, for instance, who are these guys? Where are they or where were they?

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    November 17, 2007 - 3:13PM
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    KALAMAZOO (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Troops in Iraq have launched a new air assault in hopes of finding a Michigan soldier missing for six months.

    We're talking about Private Byron Fouty of Waterford. He was involved in an ambush when insurgents attacked a checkpoint south of Baghdad in May.

    Fouty and another soldier were kidnapped while four others were killed.

    Friday hundreds of troops targeted militants in a desert area looking for the men but so far there is no sign of Fouty.

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    According to the father of Fouty interviewed today after a church service both are still MIA.
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    Sorry i didn't give more info, thanks Scott.

    Also in my looking I ran across a site (can't find it again) that said that they couldn't be officially declared as MIA until a year after this conflict is over. Can someone verify this?

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    They are by definition "Missing in Action." The following may be what you are thinking of - according to a USA Today article (http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/i...ia-cover_N.htm) :

    "Under Pentagon policy, U.S. troops retain their missing status until a year after a war ends.
    At that point, if they or their remains have not been found, the military will declare them presumptively dead, Greer says. That would allow a missing servicemember's family to receive $400,000 from a military life insurance policy, a $100,000 "death gratuity" and lifetime annuity for the spouse of about 40% of the servicemember's base pay."

    I also believe their status has been changed to "Missing-Captured."

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    B52 I missread the article which explains a lot.

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    check my sig BTW they are both still dustwun
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    I just noticed your link the other day and checked it out. Those are 5 damn good reasons to stay over here.

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    yes they are. especialy since 40% are from my brigade.
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    I'm sorry to hear that, my prayers are with everyone until they come home.

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