After nearly 40 years as an emergency responder I retired from my job as a fire Captain and Training Officer and moved to Hawaii where I became a “casualty analyst” for the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC). JPAC is responsible for the location, recovery, and identification of US service members still listed as missing in action. Assigned to the World War Two section within the Research and Analysis division, I eventually assumed responsibility for efforts in the Papua New Guinea region. As a casualty analysis I conducted extensive research in archives and memorial libraries including the National Archives in Washington DC and the MacArthur Memorial Library in Virginia. My efforts also involved working with numerous US agencies including the State Department, all branches of the military, and private groups such as Veterans and military organizations. Based on my own and other analyst’s research, I traveled as part of a combined team to battle locations such as the Philippines, to confirm and identify possible locations of the remains of missing US service members. Once a location had been thoroughly researched and evaluated, I would return to JPAC and report the findings to support future operations by JPAC recovery teams. During the presentation, I spend 5-10 minutes detailing my background, the majority of the remaining time I use PowerPoint materials and stories to demonstrate the efforts of JPAC, and finish with time for interaction with attendees, and of course, audience questions.