Los Angeles, California
January 21, 2014
“Paul Dostie is a phenomenal dog trainer. It’s fascinating to see them [Dostie and Buster] work together. Buster’s skeptics were proven wrong. The evidence is deafening.”
Mark Noah, pilot and owner of History Flight Inc.
In a January 20, 2014 article by Benett Kessler , Dostie, Buster, Help with Tarawa Recoveries retired Mammoth Police Department Sergeant Paul Dostie and his Cadaver dog, Buster received high praise from Mark Noah, the director of History Flight Inc.
History Flight’s primary goal is to, “research and help locate the remains of over 78,000 American service members still missing in action (MIA) from World War II.”
Working with Mark Noah and the History Flight program, to date Buster and Dostie have assisted in locating fifty separate MIA serviceman’s bodies on the island of Tarawa and another seven in Belgium. They are teamed up and departing again this week to make additional recovery efforts on Tarawa.
God Speed and Safe Travels to Paul and Buster.
In 2013 Buster and his handler, Sgt. Dostie conducted the first ever forensic search for human remains at the former residence of Dr. George Hill Hodel. Buster “alerted” [indicating he detected the scent of human remains] at four separate locations in the basement of the home and at one location in the rear alley of the residence. See related posts below.
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Also see an excellent article in the NYT on Mark Noah below.