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Three civilians who reported problems at the mortuary that handles soldiers' remains will be honored this week.
An independent federal investigative agency says supervisors at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware engaged in a campaign of retaliation against whistleblowers who disclosed poor management of the mortuary, including the mishandling of human remains.
Air Force Secretary Michael Donley is asking a retired general and two experts to review the punishments in mishandling of body parts at Dover, Del., military mortuary.
A published report says the remains of many more troops have been dumped in a Virginia landfill than the military originally acknowledged.
Retired general spent 34 years in the Army. He will be in charge of a review to evaluate the changes made to the mortuary procedures.