DNA Testing Will Prove Whether Debris Matches Missing Military Plane

Military officials think debris they found on an Alaskan glacier is actually the remains of a military plane that went down 60 years ago, killing all 52 people onboard. It will take at least six years to be sure because officials need to process DNA samples from relatives and compare them to the victims' remains, according to reports. Plane characteristics match those of the C-124A Globemaster, Capt. Jamie Dobson told the Associated Press. She said the plane was found on Colony Glacier,...Full Story
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