Hawaii Five-0 films at JPAC

Terry O’Quinn and Masi Oka were at the Joint Prisoner of War/Missing In Action Accounting Command Central Identification Lab filming for Hawaii Five-0.  Located at the joint Pearl Harbor/Hickam base, JPAC is the main unit whose sole job it is to identify the remains of U.S. military personnel found in former combat zones, such as the World War II Pacific theater, the Korean peninsula and Vietnam.

Chck out their photos on Facebook.

Terry O'Quinn, Masi Oka, and JPAC staff.  (Photo: JPAC Teams on Facebook)

Terry O'Quinn, Masi Oka, and JPAC staff. (Photo: JPAC Teams on Facebook)

It’s a very sobering but fulfilling job.  Remains of the serviceman are flown in and received with full military honors.  After that, the forensic process of identifying the remains begins in the lab.  What JPAC does has helped to bring closure to thousands of families throughout the country.  Learn more about JPAC here.

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