Category Archives: General

A War By Any Other Name

It has been called the Korean Conflict, a civil war, a police action, and a proxy conflict, but a war by any other name is still a war.  Sixty-four years ago today, two days after North Korea invaded South Korea, … Continue reading

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Remembering Normandy

Seventy years ago, on a beach in France, men from different areas of the globe engaged in deadly combat.  Today men and women from those same countries are gathering to remember that awful time and pay their respects to the … Continue reading

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TTF Announces Management Changes

Tri-Tech Forensics, Inc. Announces Management Changes; Robert Dameron Named New Director of Sales We are happy to announce that Mr. Robert “Bobby” Dameron has been promoted to Director of Sales.  In addition to his current responsibilities for managing the crime … Continue reading

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Some Gave All

On this Memorial Day, we honor and will always remember those men and women in the military who gave their lives that we might be free. Let us be mindful that their ultimate sacrifice should never be in vain. While … Continue reading

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Honoring Peace Officers

As we take time to honor the peace officers who serve our communities, Tri-Tech Forensics would like to publish Barack Obama’s proclamation regarding this special week.  We heartily agree with this statement and add our own “thank you” to this … Continue reading

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For those who protect us…

This week holds two days during which we are encouraged to thank and remember those who protect us: Peace Officers Memorial Day and Armed Forces Day. TRITECHFORENSICS would like to say thank you to the men and women who don … Continue reading

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71st Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Today is the 71st anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii that drew the United States into World War II.  The “Greatest Generation” gave up much in order to overcome those who were consumed by greed and evil, … Continue reading

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Table Talk on Thanksgiving

Tomorrow, Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving, our unique holiday originating in 1621 when the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians gathered for a celebratory feast after a successful harvest.  Before you settle down for a hearty meal of turkey, dressing, and pumpkin … Continue reading

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Caring for Crime Victims

The reality of forensic nursing bears little resemblance to television crime dramas.  Often taking place in an emergency department, the work of the forensic nurse combines caring for a patient undergoing a significant event in his/her life with carefully preserving … Continue reading

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An Army Doctor on a Navy Ship

I am a Coast Guard kid.  My father served in the Coast Guard for 20 years, and for many of those years, he was away from home and family.  When I was a little girl, I would often tell people … Continue reading

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