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www.jamaicaobserver.com

"There were many days we arrived in the dark and left in the dark," says retired engineer Paul Brickmeier, 70.
He recalled the very first briefing on Hexagon after Perkin-Elmer was awarded the top secret contract in 1966. Looking around the room at his 30 or so colleagues, Brickmeier thought, "How on Earth is this going to be possible?"


www.technostop.com [cached]

"There were many days we arrived in the dark and left in the dark," says retired engineer Paul Brickmeier, 70.
He recalls the very first briefing on Hexagon after Perkin-Elmer was awarded the top secret contract in 1966. Looking around the room at his 30 or so colleagues, Brickmeier thought, "How on Earth is this going to be possible?"


www.daily-chronicle.com

There were many days we arrived in the dark and left in the dark, says retired engineer Paul Brickmeier, 70.


www.durangoherald.com

There were many days we arrived in the dark and left in the dark, says retired engineer Paul Brickmeier, 70.
He recalls the very first briefing on Hexagon after Perkin-Elmer was awarded the top secret contract in 1966. Looking around the room at his 30 or so colleagues, Brickmeier thought, How on Earth is this going to be possible?


www.dailymail.com

"There were many days we arrived in the dark and left in the dark," says retired engineer Paul Brickmeier, 70.
He recalls the very first briefing on Hexagon after Perkin-Elmer was awarded the top secret contract in 1966. Looking around the room at his 30 or so colleagues, Brickmeier thought, "How on Earth is this going to be possible?" "There were many days we arrived in the dark and left in the dark," says retired engineer Paul Brickmeier, 70. He recalls the very first briefing on Hexagon after Perkin-Elmer was awarded the top secret contract in 1966. Looking around the room at his 30 or so colleagues, Brickmeier thought, "How on Earth is this going to be possible?"


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