9564Re: [G104] TM 9-737 T1E3 Mine Exploder
- Jan 28, 2013Ray,That is mostly, but not completely, true. The US goverment has reclassified two sets of WW2 data that it had previously made "Approved for Public Release".The first set is nuclear data related to the calutron and various other A-bomb making techniques were reclassified after the 1st Gulf War in the mid 1990's, after the full undersranding of Iraq's Ba'athist nuclear weapons program came out.The second set related to WW2 offensive chemical warfare manuals in 2005, which came after the attempted April 2004 Al-Qaeda Chemical bombing of Amman, Jordan.I have run into both "reclassification blocks" in my research on the end of the Pacific War.
From: Ray Merriam <merriampress@...>
Sent: Sun, January 27, 2013 5:10:46 PM
Subject: Re: [G104] TM 9-737 T1E3 Mine Exploder
All U.S. government publications and documents are in the public domain from the day they are created. Some, of course, may be protected by security classifications, but all WWII era publications have been declassified.Ray MerriamMerriam PressHi
Does anyone have a copy of TM 9-737 on the "Aunt Jemima" T1E3 mine exploder ?
Not sure of the copyright on this document, being ex-US military but I guess it's public domain now ?
I've tried all the usual suspects (Easy1, Military Info) etc but the only place I've found with a copy listed is the Dutch Leger Museum site, and they've just closed for a 2 year site relocation.
Thanks in advance.
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