Daily Archives: May 14, 2012

Offutt AFB to get satellite forensic lab to help identify remains of missing service members

OMAHA, Neb. — Offutt Air Force base near Omaha will be the home of a satellite forensics lab to help identify remains of missing service members.

Crew Members of the USS Monitor: Solving the Mystery of the Skeletons in the Turret 150 Years Later

Launched in Brooklyn in January 1862 and lost in a storm off the coast of North Carolina on the last day of that same year, the famed ironclad’s entire functioning existence played out exactly 150 years ago. It’s this special anniversary that has focused attention on efforts to give a name to each of the two sailors whose remains were recovered, and with the approach of Memorial Day, now seems a fitting time to delve into this mystery.

Zimbabwe to get first DNA lab

ZIMBABWE is set to get its first forensic technology lab with capability for DNA testing.

Russia’s top DNA profiler to assist Sukhoi’s victims’ identification

Russia’s leading DNA expert, Pavel Ivanov, is slated to arrive in Jakarta on Tuesday to help the National Police’s Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) unit in identifying the victims of Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 that crashed on Mt. Salak, West Java last week.