Working together to bring home these soldiers can aid a process of reconciliation between two militaries that technically still remain at war, despite a 61-year ceasefire. With regard to the payments that JPAC teams must disburse for lodging, fuel and labor in a host country, this money pales in comparison to the ultimate sacrifice that these brave soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines paid for defending their country. When remains are recovered and positively identified, the families are contacted and the soldiers are eventually buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery or in their hometowns with their family members. You cannot measure honor in financial terms. Closure should be afforded to relatives with long-missing family members.