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DNA
used in No Easy Day

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Definition
cell structures that transmit genetic information which determines inherited traits such as hair color or height
  • At the front of the hangar and about thirty feet away from the tables, I could see the FBI's DNA specialist taking samples from Bin Laden's body.
    p. 272.7
  • Taking out my camera and rubber gloves, I started taking photos while Walt prepared to take multiple sets of DNA samples.
    p. 240.8
  • While I continued shooting pictures, Walt took DNA samples.
    p. 244.6
  • We took two DNA samples and sets of photos so that we had identical sets.
    p. 245.1
  • This had been carefully planned so if one of the helicopters was shot down on our flight back to Jalalabad, a DNA sample and a set of pictures would survive.
    p. 245.2
  • When we were done with the DNA samples and photos, Walt and another SEAL grabbed Bin Laden's legs and pulled him out of the room.
    p. 247.7
  • The others had gotten photos and DNA of al-Kuwaiti.
    p. 251.7

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