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Sign Oral History Project

Oral History Interview with
Arlie E. Judd, Jr. (USAF Senior Master Sgt., ret.)

B-52 Gunner,
5th Bombardment Wing,
Minot AFB, 24 October 1968

Date: 27 February 2001
Interviewer: Thomas Tulien

TRT: 1:00 hour
Format: BETA-SP (2)

Copyright: AFS/Dialogue Productions LLC, Minneapolis, MN 55404.
Transcription by the National Institute for Discovery Science, with additional editing by Thomas Tulien.

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.

This oral history transcript may be read, quoted from, cited, and reproduced for purposes of research. It may not be published in whole or part except by permission of the copyright holder.

Thomas Tulien
Sign Oral History Project

INT: Tom Tulien

INT:Like to start out with where you're from originally, school, how you entered the Air Force—where did you did your training. Let's go to the end of your career then we'll jump back to the incident.
AJ:Okay. Born in Kansas and dad was a contractor. We moved a lot and ended up in north Missouri. That's where I finished high school, and from there I enlisted in the Air Force and went to basic training down at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
INT:How old were you at the time you went in?
AJ:I was 18.

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