The IBM Tree and Tube computers
Jim Isbell, W5JAI
jim.isbell at gmail.com
Sun Feb 4 18:23:35 CST 2007
I can say, it was USAF Special Weapons but cant say further. It wasn't
mentioned in a magazine, it was in a book but the program was not revealed,
just that the computer was used and that it was Cold War espionage. I knew
what it was about because I had information not in the article. No one else
would have known unless they were part of the project. I assume its been
declassified but I have never seen anything about it in print or on the news
so maybe it hasn't been. Personally I prefer Corpus Christi, Texas to
Leavenworth, Kansas...especially at this time of the year.
On 2/4/07, William Donzelli <wdonzelli at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The one I was on may have saved our collective butts on several
> Just tell us the name of the program or project, and that could help
> us a lot. If it was mentioned in a magazine (even one with classified
> distribution), it CAN'T be that classified!
> Dimes to donuts that the project has in part been declassified. Even
> the most secret projects from the 1960s are at least partially
> declassified now - even the nuke and crypto stuff. Look at all the
> info on this stuff on the net, wiki, NSA museum or even the History
> Channel now. If these were such black projects on par with what you
> were involved with, these information sources would not exist.
"If you are not living on the edge, well then,
you are just taking up too much space."
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