Part 1 is here and the presentation is here.
In part 2, we lay out some of the Where and When of this story. It’s free, amateur content, based on Open Source Intelligence. Please forgive some minor slips of the tongue; references for the claims are in the notes to each slide.
You can download the presentation as a PowerPoint with detailed notes and citations or as a PDF of the slides and a PDF of the notes.
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One error – although Jim Channon was involved in promoting the concept of Be All You Can Be, credit for coming up with the phrase should go to his Task Force Delta colleague Frank Burns.