CILHI

AcronymDefinition
CILHICentral Identification Laboratory in Hawaii (US Army)
CILHIComplementary Incomplete Lipschitz-Hankel Integral
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Several months later, the remains were positively identified by CILHI as those of Rittichier, Yeend, Holden and Locker.
Headquartered at Hickam Air Force Base in Honolulu, CILHI was part of the U.S.
Meanwhile, a 10-member CILHI team excavated a site in Retie, Belgium, where a C-47 Skytrain from the 9th Troop Carrier Command was shot down in the fall of 1944.
Approximately five times a year the CILHI sends two teams to North Korea.
In general, when local people discover evidence of remains from World War II, CILHI sends a team to investigate and prepare for excavation.
By the time of its consolidation with JTF-FA, CILHI had been able to identify more than 1,100 sets of remains.
Thoresen and Petty Officer 2nd Class Kenneth Widon, both of Detroit; and Petty Officer 3rd Class Gale Siow of Huntington Park, Calif.--were positively identified by CILHI in May.
During the operation, other CILHI team members scouted another C-46 WWII-crash site for a future recovery mission.
One CILHI search team found three sets of remains near the Chosin Reservoir.
Recovery work is conducted by the Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii (CILHI), which dispatches teams of forensic anthropologists and other specialists to help locate, catalog and later determine the identity of remains.