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Re: Roswell Minutiae

From: Steve Sawyer <stevesaw.nul>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 21:47:27 -0700
Archived: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 06:13:44 -0400
Subject: Re: Roswell Minutiae

>From: Viktor Golubik <diverge247.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 16:10:40 -0400 (EDT)
>Subject: Re: Roswell Minutiae

>>From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>>To: - UFO UpDates Subscribers - <ufo-updates-list.nul>
>>Sent: Wed, Mar 21, 2012 5:49 am
>>Subject: UFO UpDate: Roswell Minutiae

>>Source: Kevin Randle's Blog A Different Perspective


>>Saturday, March 17, 2012

>>Roswell Minutiae


>>I'm not sure exactly how the question came up, but one of the
>>Team wondered when the Yearbook had been printed. If it was
>>early in the year, then many of those pictured might have
>>rotated out of Roswell by July. Later in the year, then we might
>>have a good snapshot of the personnel at the base.


>I posed this same question to everyone I interviewed... for the
>very same reasons.

>I interviewed many from the Medical Squadron and quite a few
>told me that these were all taken in June. This is also verified
>from the Morning Reports since the five nurse pictured are the
>only ones that were there in June of that year. One that was
>there in May is not depicted, etc. I also have a pristine copy
>of the same yearbook as provide to me kindly by James Wolfkill.

>Kevin, I believe I mentioned this in passing in my e-mail a few
>weeks ago.

Hi, Viktor & List

Don't know if you read this comment by David Rudiak further down
in the comment thread appended to Randle's blog post or not, but
it quotes a prior commenter in that thread (Department 47) as
having stated the Roswell yearbook went to the publisher's in
August. Here's Rudiak's comment:

David Rudiak said...


The mysterious "Department 47" wrote:

"Since it was sent to the publishers in August, the yearbook
should provide a fairly accurate snapshot of who was at the base
at the time of the alleged Roswell event in July. So the
question is - are there critical people missing from the year-
book who really should have been in it?"

One obvious omission are everybody in the intelligence and
counterintelligence offices at Roswell, with the exception of
Marcel, shown as the head intelligence officer and one of the
key officers getting Roswell AAF up to operational status. You
definitely don't want the counterintelligence CIC people to be
generally known.

In Squadron M, or medical, there are only 5 Army nurses
pictured, even though there were many other nurses at the base
hospital, a number of them being civilian nurses from town, or
military nurse trainees, some of them even being Navy.

Civilian hospital administrative people also are not pictured,
such as Miriam Bush, secretary to the hospital head, who family
members testified saw the bodies. This is of course relevant to
the question of the identity of Glenn Dennis' Nurse X, assuming
she existed.

Civilian employees in general are not pictured, and no doubt
many of the military people never got their pictures taken
either, probably being unavailable when pictures were taken of
squadrons. Tom Carey compiled a 60 page table of everybody
listed in the yearbook, or approximately 3000 people, but I
think there were maybe 4000 or 5000 military people not to
mention probably at least a 1000 civilians. Maybe Kevin has more
exact numbers.



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