Science Honors Sacrifice
A unique facility dedicated to a unique kind of death investigation where identification and re-association are the goals
Robin Stombler |
In late March 2017, United States Marine Private Harry K. Tye was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery – more than seven decades after he was killed in the Pacific Theater during World War II. His remains had finally been located and identified using DNA sequencing technology. The emotional story ran on the front page of the Washington Post, and the US Secretaries of Defense and Homeland Security were there to honor the private who came home.
Not even 100 miles up the road is the place where many such stories unfold.
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