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Sign Oral History Project

Oral History Interview with
Joseph P. Jablonski (USAF Airman First Class, ret.)

November-Security Alert Team,
862nd Security Police Squadron,
Minot AFB, 24 October 1968

Date: 22 February 2005
Interviewer: Thomas Tulien

TRT: 124 minutes
Format: M-DV (2)

Copyright: AFS/Dialogue Productions LLC, Sign Oral History Project and Jim Klotz.

This is a transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted for the Sign Oral History Project and is essentially a transcript of the spoken, rather than the written word.

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Thomas Tulien
Sign Oral History Project

JJ: Joseph Jablonski
TT: Tom Tulien
[tape start]
JJ:... that much I did know and simultaneously, what was happening at Oscar Flight, was the site actually broken into and the launch [inaudible] was messed with, I guess.
TT:You did know that?
TT:Are you from this area originally?
JJ:I'm actually from Lackawanna, which is further north originally. You heard of The Lackawanna Six? The al-Quaida guys, that's where I'm from just south of Buffalo.
TT:Give us a little bit of your background, how you got into the military, and then at what point you left the military...
JJ:Well, I just enlisted in March of '67 and, because the Draft was on everybody's tail, I thought I'd have a choice, more of a choice. Unfortunately at the time, most people were

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