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Transcript of Oral Interview of Mr. Richard M. Bissell, Jr. By Jack B. Pfeiffer Farmington, Connecticut 17 October 1975 on the Day of Pigs Operation Tape No. 1 of 4

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Title: Transcript of Oral Interview of Mr. Richard M. Bissell, Jr. By Jack B. Pfeiffer Farmington, Connecticut 17 October 1975 on the Day of Pigs Operation Tape No. 1 of 4  
Author: Department of National Security
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Language: English
Subject: Government Reference Publication, Transportation., Transportation Administrative Service Center (U.S.)
Collections: National Security Archive Collection
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Publisher: Transportation Security Administration

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There is no doubt in my mind that that is the case. I was going to say that both of the things?that you have heard have an element of truth in them. There was a deliberate decision fairly early in the game ? I doubt if it was early as March, [in fact] I am pretty sure that it wasn't, [but] I am reasonably sure that the decision I speak of was made by some such date as June [1960] ? [that] Esterline would take charge of this project and Esterline would have direct access to me. He would not be under the usual requirement of all the cases going through J.C. King. How, as the scope and the scale of this operation increased, and with the passage of time, Esterline's direct channel to me came to be more exercised; and there was frequent interchange between Esterline and myself that didn't go through J.C. King in the sense of a command channel. On the other hand, J.C. was brought into all the consultations and was full) informed from the very beginning aoout this operation. His advice was sought and given, and I usually found it very good and followed it. I?remember no specific case where either J.C, King's specific advice or general attitude toward the operation was inconsistent with, or in conflict with, my own.

 

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