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  1. Tom Dalpra

    Kaysing worked for Rocketdyne not DynCorp as I mistakenly say in the chat.

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocketdy…
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DynCorp

    Winki tells us –

    ”Kaysing began work as the senior technical writer at Rocketdyne, starting on February 13, 1956. On September 24, 1956, he became a service analyst; starting September 15, 1958, he worked as a service engineer; and starting on October 10, 1962, as a publications analyst. On May 31, 1963, he resigned for personal reasons.

    Trained as neither an engineer nor a scientist, he (Kaysing ) nevertheless also served as the company’s head of technical publications, during this time from 1956 to 1963 at Rocketdyne (a division of North American Aviation and later of Rockwell International) where Saturn V rocket engines were built.”

    Head of technical publications, was Bill. Job titles can sound grand but could you rise to that position in a military organisation without being a ‘safe pair of hands’? Maybe. Or maybe he was another ‘armed forces scribe’ like Alex Haley ?
    fakeologist.com/forums/topic/a…

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