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Remains found at Fort Sam Houston were those of a Massachusetts man not linked to the military

Remains found at Fort Sam Houston were those of a Massachusetts man not linked to the military
The skeletal remains found near a creek at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston were a Massachusetts man who was not affiliated with the military, officials said Monday.

Remains found at Fort Sam Houston were those of a Massachusetts man not linked to the military AUSTIN, Texas – The skeletal remains found near a creek at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston were a Massachusetts man who was not affiliated with the military, officials said Monday.Dental records linked the partial remains to Juan Santiago, who moved from Massachusetts to San Antonio in June and had no known ties to the base or the military, according to officials at Joint Base San Antonio.27 while walking near Salado Creek in the northeast portion of the base and joint base security forces secured the area, the release stated.Joint Base San Antonio consists of three large military bases, the Army’s Fort Sam Houston and Lackland and Randolph Air Force bases, as well as a few smaller training facilities, which are spread throughout San Antonio.

The Air Force’s 502nd Air Base Wing manages the operations of the joint base, which supports about 47,000 service members.Air Force Office of Special Investigations personnel began investigating the next morning.

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