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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin discover digital search state servicemen and servicewomen killed in Iraq and Afghanistan fallen indy revival colombian Driver Juan Pablo Montoya gets career Back on track with 2nd 500 win sports. I High school sports plan assailed critics question gop proposal to open Public school sports teams to voucher and other students local. A3texas, Oklahoma hit by huge flood two people Are killed and hundreds of Homes Are destroyed amid record rainfall nation m. World. Air memorial Day i Madison scientists would use Dan to id remains islamic state i ramada seige photos by m p. King state journal Josh Hyman director of the us Madison Dan sequencing facility holds a flow cell used to Analyse genetic material in next generation sequencing devices. Campus scientists Hope to identify the remains of missing in action world War la veterans. New group Aims to bring Home missing Wii vets Steven Verburg Verburg 4imadison.com, 608-252-6118 a group of Madison based scientists is forming a team to find the remains of Long lost world War ii veterans and bring them Home for proper burial. If private fundraising goals Are met the missing in action recovery and identification project would meld the skills of us Madison scholars of history genetic analysis and archaeology. Students who Are military veterans have expressed interest in helping in the Effort which has its roots in the assistance the us Madison Dan sequencing facility Lent in bringing Home the remains of a . Soldier from world War la who had been mistakenly buried in a French cemetery for German troops. Historians and individuals with knowledge of How the military keeps records will be crucial to ensuring that an archaeologist knows where to look for remains said Josh Hyman director of the Dan lab. A fall of those Are essential because oth we extra find out More about the Wisconsin servicemen and servicewomen killed in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan Serwise we done to have a Sample to Analyse a Hyman said. Dan exhumed last year from the Huis nes sur Mer burial site in Normandy was matched to genetic material from surviving relatives of pfc. Lawrence s. Gordon. Gordon was killed by a German antitank Shell in 1944. He became the Only member of his unit who was killed but never properly buried because German clothing was found with his charred remains. Jed Henry of Middleton was making a documentary film about his Grandfather who was a member of Gordon a unit when he became aware of Gordon and the pos please see Mia Page a8 Josh Hyman shows a flow cell used in next generation machines at the Dan sequencing facility of the us Madison biotechnology Center. 7 Days of summer state Parks sunday a Madison summer checklist monday Wisconsin a state Parks tuesday statewide summer events wednesday a guide to sausage thursday fun summer kids activities Friday Madison summer highlights saturday concerts on the Square new amenities make splash at state Parks Barry Adams . 608-252-6148 there Are spectacular views from the Bluffs Over the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers waterfalls to photograph and wooden towers to climb. Some come to look for Birds grazing Deer and strutting turkeys while others Are forced to Strat Gize against hungry nocturnal raccoons. A visit to a Wisconsin state Park can mean Bluegill Bass and Muskie at the end of a line and sacks of Morel mushrooms wild raspberries and Hickory nuts. A campfire can yield so mores yarns and song. And this year there will be new additions to the offerings for campers and Day use visitors with More planned and scheduled to open in the next few years. Web extra interactive a guide to Wisconsin Sparks and forests go to Many of the new and proposed amenities Are being fully or partly funded by friends groups and come As Republican lawmakers have proposed cutting tax support for Parks and raising user fees beginning in 2016. Dan Schuller director of state Parks said friends groups donate nearly $800,000 a year to support programming at state Parks and volunteers work 160,000 hours doing everything from being Camp hosts to pulling invasive Gar please see summer Page a9 Carter Ken Ohanian associated press Washington the islamic state groups takeover of the provincial capital ramada is Stark evidence that iraqi forces Lack the a will to fight a a defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a to interview that aired sunday. The harsh assessment raised new questions about the Obama administrations strategy to defeat the extremist group that has seized a strategically important Swath of the Middle East. Although iraqi soldiers a vastly outnumbered their opposition in the capital of Anbar province they quickly withdrew last sunday without putting up much resistance from the City in iraqis sunni heartland Carter said on in no so state of the the interview aired on sunday. The iraqis left behind Large numbers of .-supplied vehicles including several tanks now presumed to be in islamic state hands. A what apparently happened is the iraqi forces just showed no will to fight a Carter said. A they were not outnumbered in fact they vastly outnumbered the opposing Force. That says to me and i think to most of us that we have an Issue with the will of the iraqis to fight Isil and defend the White i Louse declined to comment. Iraqi lawmaker Hakim Al Yamili the head of the parliamentary defense and Security committee called Carters comments please see Iraq Page a6 catholics to push Popes climate edict Rachel Zoll associated press new York there will be prayer vigils and pilgrimages policy briefings and seminars and sermons in parishes from the . To the Philippines. When Pope Francis releases his much anticipated teaching document on the environment and climate change in the coming weeks a network of roman catholics will be ready. These environmental advocates who work with Bishops religious orders Catholic universities and Lay movements have been preparing for months to help maximize the effect of the statement hoping for a trans formative Impact in the fight against global warming. A this is such a powerful moment a said Patrick Carolan executive director of Fyan Ciscanu action network a Washington based advocacy group formed by franciscan religious orders. A a we re asking ourselves a what would be the Best Way for us to support the Faith Community in getting this out and using it As a Call to action a a Francis is issuing the encyclical by the end of june wit ii an Eye toward the end of year . Climate change conference in Paris. While previous Popes have made Strong moral and theological arguments in favor of please see Pope Page a7 Francis us defense chief says iraqis Lack a will to fight weather. A14 scattered showers. 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