Forensic Aviation Archaeological Field School

12 July - 11 August 2018, Normandy, France

Saint Mary’s University (Halifax, Canada) is collaborating with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) in the United States to assist in the excavation of a crash site of an American World War II aircraft located in Normandy, France.

This intensive field course will further the DPAA mission to recover, identify, and return to their families, U.S. soldiers who gave their lives and are missing from past conflicts. Students will be trained in field techniques used in forensic archaeology to personal property, material culture, and human remains.

Course Tuition: Canadian Residents: $1,590 CDN Non-Canadian Residents: $3,266 CDN

DPAA is working on an agreement whereby DPAA will pay for your flight, accommodations, and most meals! You only need to pay the course tuition to SMU and a few meals!

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