Published: Jul 04, 2010 12:34 AM EDT
Updated: Jul 03, 2010 9:34 PM EDT

TYRONE, Pa. (AP) - U.S. military authorities have identified the remains of seven servicemen missing in action since their cargo plane went down in Burma during World War II.
      
The men were aboard a C-47A Skytrain that left India on May 23, 1944, to resupply Allied forces near Myitkyina, Burma, but never returned.
      
In 2002, a missionary found a data plate from a crash site about 31 miles northwest of Myitkyina. A military team excavated the site.
      
Aboard the plane were Air Force Tech. Sgt. Clarence Frantz of Tyrone, Pa.; Capt. Joseph M. Olbinski of Chicago; 1st Lt. Joseph J. Auld of Floral Park, N.Y.; 1st Lt. Robert M. Anderson of Millen, Ga.; Pfc. Richard M. Dawson of Haynesville, Va.; Pvt. Robert L. Crane of Sacramento, Calif.; and Pvt. Fred G. Fagan of Piedmont, Ala.
      
They will be buried with full military honors July 15 at Arlington National Cemetery.