Anderson Cooper travels to the South Pacific islands off Palau, the site of World War II battles, where more than 200 American fighter planes were lost during the war. Today, technology is helping to find the wrecked aircrafts and recovering the remains of American airmen in the water. “They’re no longer MIA,” one man tells Cooper during his CBS 60 Minutes report.
The grandson of a MIA World War II soldier tells Anderson Cooper what it means to see his grandfather's plane underwater in Palau: "Just to know where the last few moments of his life were, is a very special time … there's probably still a little physically, a little bit of him and the rest of the crew still down there, so it's an incredibly powerful and special place for me," he says.
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