My sincere condolences.Tomorrow will be the first day of national mourning in the Netherlands since 1962 when our former Queen Wilhelmina died.
Two Dutch planes and one Australian military plane will depart at 10am Dutch time (GMT+1 I think) and fly to Eindhoven where the King, Queen and Prime minster Rutte will be present to welcome home the planes with the remiains of the passengers of flight MH17. After they touch down there will be (I guess) the last post after which a minute silence will be held.
Then the remains will be offloaded from the planes, they will transported from Eindhoven to the Oudheusdenkazerne (military barracks) in Hilversum. The police will be a honor guard/guard for the motorcade/convoy which will be transporting the remains from Eindhoven to Hilversum. Probably the freeways of A2 and the A27 (two of the major traffic arteries in the central part of the Netherlands) will be closed to facilitate the fast transfer of the motorcade to it's destination.
There Dutch forensic experts will be identifying the remains so that they can be returned to their loved ones/countries.