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JCCCJoint Combat Camera Center
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JCCCJoint Christian Cemetery Company (Nigeria)
JCCCJapan Campus Crusade for Christ
JCCCJapan Cable Cas Center
JCCCJoint Command and Control Center
JCCCJoint Casualty & Compassionate Centre (UK)
JCCCJordan Climate Change Consultancy Company
JCCCJoint CIS Control Centre
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Further research by the MOD's JCCC and the National Army Museum was undertaken to corroborate the evidence and the identification of the 'Unknown Soldier' grave was later confirmed by the JCCC.
The JCCC is hoping to confirm the identity by comparing the sample with a member of each of the families.
The JCCC Foundation honored District 54 representatives and presented the grants during its annual JCCC Foundation Grant ceremony this month in Chicago.
Speaking at the ceremony, Louise Dorr, JCCC, said: "It's a great honour to be here today to lay to rest these seven brave men who paid the ultimate price in the service of King and country.
William's burial place had remained unknown, until the grave of an unknown soldier buried in Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery was brought to the attention of the JCCC by the Royal Netherlands Army's Recovery and Identification Unit.
The service was organised by the MOD's Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC), part of Defence Business Services and it included a new headstone bearing Sgt Pulman's name.
Nicola Nash, from the JCCC said: "We do not know a great deal about Raymond, but what we do know is that he was living in Stockton with his wife Lily when he enlisted.
ISSUES AND ALLEGATIONS Plaintiff Byrnes asserted that JCCC violated her due process rights based on the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution, and that unless the court granted a preliminary injunction to prevent the dismissal, irreparable harm would result.
A review of the evidence by JCCC was able to con-firm all six airmen were buried in a communal grave at Leeuwarden Cemetery, in northern Holland.
The Ministry of Defence's Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC), which found the remains of Sergeant Williams and his comrades, then organised the service to rededicate two new headstones bearing the names of each crew member.