Originally from Lewiston, left in 1975 to joint the Coast Guard. Joined the Central Intelligence Agency in 1980, retiring in November of 2011.
New York Times. Is that a magazine or something? Maybe one of them flyers handed out by the mentally challenged on street corners? Please clarify.
One last thing - as for KW-7's? Fibonacci, I spit on your grave.....! Pooey!
Heh - never worked KY-3, but did work KW-26 (used to cut the card in half when you closed the reader door), and KG-13's. Most of my work was on KY-7's and adjusting the darn elastomers on the card readers with a dollar bill as the thickness guide. All of those were shut down over night when the Walker spy scandal broke, and everything switched to KG-84's immediately. All of these are now on display at the Agency museum, along with the HW-28 teletypes that I used to repair. Like you said - good talk, good times.