Secret History: U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps Flyers’ Confessions on Use of Biological Weapons in the Korean War

U.S. Air Force lieutenants Kenneth Enoch (left) and John Quinn (right) shown signing germ warfare “confessions”, circa April 1952, photos released by the former Soviet Union

On the morning of the 5th of June, 1952, Colonel Clark, logistics officer of the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, called me into his office where he was alone and asked about my progress in becoming familiar with the ordnance job….

[Colonel Clark] paused and asked: “What do you think…

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Psychologist (retired), blogger, author of "Cover-up at Guantanamo" https://www.amazon.com/Cover-up-Guantanamo-Investigation-Suicides-Mohammed/dp/1520587090/

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Jeffrey Kaye

Jeffrey Kaye

Psychologist (retired), blogger, author of "Cover-up at Guantanamo" https://www.amazon.com/Cover-up-Guantanamo-Investigation-Suicides-Mohammed/dp/1520587090/

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