Earlier, the two sets were found by local Vo Ky Phuc, born in 1961 in Hiep Hoa village, Tan Lien commune, Huong Hoa district, Quang Tri province while constructing a fence in his garden.

Search and collection team collecting martyrs’ remains

Reported on the finding, the search and collection team from Defense-Economic Unit 337 conducted the collection of the martyr’s remains.

The remains were buried at a depth of 60 centimeters, including bones and other belongings such as two AK guns, four magazines, a flare gun, five grenades, two military belts, two hammocks, three canteens, buttons, pens, toothbrushes, and more. Especially, a canteen was engraved with two lines of words, the upper is “Van Tan,” the lower is “K67/1.”

At present, the team is expanding the search area and working with relevant agencies to identify the found remains.

Any information related to the found remains should be sent to Major Trinh Hong Nam, Head of the fallen soldiers’ remains search and collection team from Defense-Economic Unit 337 via the phone number 0365536435.

Translated by Quynh Oanh