AFMES

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AFMESArmed Forces Medical Examiner System (US DoD)
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Recently, AFMES linked the remains to their descendants in Mississippi and Tennessee, and the consulate organized a video conference for Mexican authorities and experts from Middle Tennessee State University and Lipscomb University, who told how the remains were forensically tested and the descendants identified.
During 1998-2010, AFMES recorded [approximately equal to] 18,500 deaths of active duty personnel for all causes.
Eight deaths among members of the US military were attributed to adenoviral respiratory disease by an AFMES pathologist during 1998-2010.
The USACIL and the AFMES are capable of testing blood, urine, and substances believed to contain spice or bath salts.
(105) When drafting Article 112a charges, it is recommended that each synthetic cannabinoid or cathinone be charged in a separate specification, until USACIL or the AFMES confirms the exact chemical composition of the substance.
1, 2011) [hereinafter Lyons AFME Spice Presentation] (on file with author).