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Defense Forensics: Additional Planinng and Oversight Needed to Establish an Enduring Expeditionary Forensic Capability
Brian J. Lepore (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) used expeditionary forensics for collecting fingerprints and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) to identify, target, and disrupt terrorists and enemy combatants in Iraq and Afghanistan. The increased incidence of improvised explosive devices and other asymmetric threats has increased demand for expeditionary forensic capabilities. Many of DODäó»s expeditionary forensic activities are resourced through DOD's Overseas Contingency Operations funds. DOD estimates that it cost between $800 million and $1 billion of these funds from 2005 through 2012 to support expeditionary forensics activities in Iraq and Afghanistan. However, as military operations are projected to draw down in Afghanistan, this funding is expected to substantially decline by the end of 2014. Consequently, DOD is taking steps to establish expeditionary forensics as an enduring capability in DODäó»s base budget. This report assesses the extent to which DOD has taken steps to establish an enduring expeditionary forensic capability. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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