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    Norma Spurling, center, whose brother George Hout disappeared in 1944 on a flight from China to India, becomes emotional during an MIA memorial ground-breaking ceremony at the American Legion Maine headquarters in Winslow on Friday.

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    American Legion member Bill O'Neil lowers his head during a prayer at the MIA memorial ground-breaking ceremony at the American Legion Maine headquarters in Winslow on Friday.

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    Norma Spurling holds a framed picture of her late brother George Hout during an MIA memorial ground-breaking ceremony at the American Legion Maine headquarters in Winslow on Friday.

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    Members of the American Legion national and state family shovel dirt during an MIA memorial ground-breaking ceremony at the American Legion Maine headquarters in Winslow on Friday.

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    People gathered for an MIA memorial ground-breaking ceremony at the American Legion Maine headquarters in Winslow on Friday are reflected in the glass of an MIA framed picture.

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    George Hout of Bar Harbor was 20 when he disappeared on a mission flying over "The Hump," the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains between India and China, a treacherous route allied pilots navigated to supply the Chinese war effort against the invading Japanese.

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    George Hout of Bar Harbor was 20 when he disappeared on a mission flying over "The Hump," the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains between India and China, a treacherous route allied pilots navigated to supply the Chinese war effort against the invading Japanese.

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    George Hout of Bar Harbor was 20 when he disappeared on a mission flying over "The Hump," the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains between India and China, a treacherous route allied pilots navigated to supply the Chinese war effort against the invading Japanese.

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    George Hout of Bar Harbor was 20 when he disappeared on a mission flying over "The Hump," the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains between India and China, a treacherous route allied pilots navigated to supply the Chinese war effort against the invading Japanese.

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