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[illegible] of balloon release No. 46 of 9 April 1945 at Alamogordo. [illegible] the time of the reported incident (1506 CST) is about ½ hour before the time of balloon release (1432 [illegible]ST), thus the incident could not have been that balloon.
Originally posted by led sled
How could they call in a Navy Missle expert in 1947 when the V2 rocket launches predated the U.S. having missles? The work done with the V2 rocket was research for the development of U.S. missle technology. So something is odd the credentials of the expert witness.
Originally posted by daystrom
So both of you feel that any type of 'forensic' study of these (and perhaps other) documents would be a waste of time, yes? .
Originally posted by Hal9000
I think the "X" is part of the watermark the archivists are putting in. It includes the ATS info along the sides. It is just a way of showing where the pdf file came from.