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Air Force Investigates Mortuary At Del. Base

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The Air Force says it is investigating gross mismanagement at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware, where casualties return to the United States from overseas. Three officials have been disciplined for instances of mishandling of human remains. And military officials say that steps were not taken to correct the problems at the mortuary there, even though officials knew about them. Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Tom Bowman for more.
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