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An interview conducted with Gregory Berg, forensic anthropologist, about the remains found on Colony Glacier, Alaska. Also available in high definition. Summary: The transportation of remains found on Colony Glacier, Alaska. These remains are believed to belong to a C-124A Globemaster that crashed in 1952 killing all 52 military members on board. The remains were moved from JBER medical facility to JPAC headquarters at Joint Base Pear Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.


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This work, Gregory Berg, Colony Glacier Dignified Transfer Interview, by SrA Sarah Trachte, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.12.2012

Date Posted:07.12.2012 1:52PM

Category:Interviews

Video ID:149003

VIRIN:120712-F-MP687-845

Filename:DOD_100440242

Length:00:04:00

Location:ANCHORAGE, AK, USGlobe

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