October 25, 1951 - Truce talks are moved to Panmunjom.
November 27, 1951 - Both sides agree that the existing battle lines would be the final dividing line between North and South Korea if a truce is reached in 30 days.
April 1952 - Truce talks are deadlocked over voluntary repatriation.
October 8, 1952 - Truce talks are adjourned.
April 26, 1953 - Truce talks are resumed and the Communists agree to voluntary repatriation.
July 27, 1953 - Democratic People's Republic of Korea (north), Chinese People's Volunteers and the UN sign an armistice agreement. The Republic of Korea refused to sign. However hostilities ceased within 12 hours.
July 27, 1953 - Terms of the armistice include creation of the demilitarized zone, DMZ. Each side is 2,200 yards form a center point. The DMZ is patrolled by both sides at all times.
1990-1994 - North Korea recovers remains claimed to be 208 American servicemen.
2007 - Four sets of American servicemen remains are delivered to U.N. honor guards in Panmunjon
2011 - The remains of 26 U.S. Korean War servicemembers that had been listed as MIA are identified.
2012 - The remains of 40 U.S. Korean War servicemembers are identified.
January-May 2013 - Fifteen U.S. MIA Korean War servicemembers are identified.