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  1. Eugene Dinkin: The Saga of an Unsung Hero

    Steve, Ordnance (as distinct from Ordinance) can also mean artillery, which is what 599th was. Military[edit] Weapons and ammunition: Military logistics, especially provision of weapons and ammunition Ordnance weapon, a personal weapon issued to a member of a military unit Aircraft ordnance, weapons carried by and used by an aircraft Artillery often in the formal name, e.g. as in Ordnance Survey Artillery shells, specifically unexploded ordnance
  2. Thanks, Douglas. Look forward to seeing the presentation.
  3. What's Worse -- T3 Denial or Holocaust Denial?

    This shows what happens when you raise your arm to wave. http://22november1963.org.uk/single-bullet-theory-jfk-assassination
  4. The Umbrella Man Feature Film

    Not only was "Umbrella man" suspicious, but he was standing alongside the curbs which had been painted with short yellow lines. (Denoting the killing zone?) Just another coincidence, I guess.
  5. Oswald Leaving TSBD?

    Sandy, you've illustrated a Rollei camera. As far as I can remember, the Imperial Reflex didn't have an eye level viewfinder. So there would be no reason for it to be brought up to eye level.
  6. Roscoe White/Ricky White

    Yes, Tom his middle name was "Anthony".
  7. Oswald Leaving TSBD?

    I agree with your comments, David. Lovelady moves from the left side of the top of the steps towards the middle, obviously because he wanted to watch the President's limo as it moved down Elm Street. I agree that behind Lovely, in the Hughes image, is a figure which is probably prayer man.
  8. Note they didn't interview five important witnesses. I wonder why.
  9. The Stamp on the Military ID card

    If that happened, Sandy, wouldn't the text etc., be reversed?
  10. C.I.A.oath. “I, [name], do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.” Schooled CIA employees know that the Constitution also defines the role of federal employees: "To establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty."
  11. Could Oswald's car been the Blue Chevrolet owned by Ruth Paine (Blue Chevrolet)?
  12. For what is is worth, my sister's estranged husband left Hungary, after the revolution, when he was sixteen, in 1953, and never learned Russian.
  13. From John Connally's autobiography entitled "In History's shadow" "..the most curious discovery of all took place when they rolled me off the stretcher, and onto the examining table. A metal object fell to the floor, with a click no louder than a wedding band. The nurse picked it up and slipped it into her pocket. It was the bullet from my body, the one that passed though my back, chest and wrist and worked itself loose from my thigh. There was enormous significance to that scrap of metal, but I can't be certain how many years later I understood the importance of it. I have always believed that three bullets found their mark. What happened in the hospital demonstrated how easily a bullet could have been swept aside and lost.."
  14. The Paine Files

    Buddy Walthers "Upon searching this house we found stacks of hand bills concerning "Cuba for Freedom" advertising, seeking publicity and support for Cuba. Also found was a set of metal file cabinets containing records that appeared to be names and activities of Cuban sympathizers. All of this evidence was confiscated and turned over to Captain Fritz of the Dallas Police Department and Secret Service Officers at the City Hall." "Mr. WALTHERS. You could tell it from the way it was tied and the impression of where that barrel went up in it where it was tied, that a rifle had been tied in it, but what kind---you couldn't tell, but you could tell a rifle had been wrapped up in it, and then we found some little metal file cabinets---I don't know what kind you would call them---they would carry an 8 by 10 folder, all right, but with a single handle on top of it and the handle moves. Mr. LIEBELER. About how many of them would you think there were? Mr. WALTHERS. There were six or seven, I believe, and I put them all in the trunk of my car and we also found a box of pictures, a bunch of pictures that we taken. "Some imagination."
  15. The Deceptions and DIsguises of Noam Chomsky

    Agreed, James. In the Iraq war correspondents were embedded with various chosen units, and they were threatened that if they wrote anything which the military disagreed with they would be disembodied and lose their accreditation. The military learned the lesson of the Vietnam war when the press had a field day. Remember the films of the Choppers attacking Vietnamese villages?