Friday, November 30, 2007

A couple of items this morning..

First the really good news...

The planned excavation of the crash site where it is believed that Waterford native Arnie "Dusty" Holm was shot down in Vietnam back in June 1972 has been cleared of any concerns regarding Agent Orange contamination -- and the DPMO has given the recovery operation a green light for March/April 2008.

It's been 36 years...and it now appears the end is in sight.

If successful, it will take several additional months, maybe as much as a year, to positively identify any remains recovered. And the final go/no go on the search effort will not be made until 60 days before the JPAC team moves out to begin the excavation....

Hopefully, there will be no further disappointments.


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