Chapter 21 Music and Content Links
Watergate and “The Grave National Security Matter”’: The World Turn’d Upside Down
As I researched and wrote this book I became increasingly aware just how music of all varieties has played a role in my life experiences. While cited in text of chapters paper pages don’t play the music.
To assist the reader in understanding me and the facts of the case further I have created below appropriate hyperlinks by Chapters.
Suggestion: As you read through the chapter readily access these links when reading about them in the Chapters.
Pat Rogers requested Amazing Grace be played at her funeral service. At per memorial service over a hundred family friends saw a bagpiper in full regalia play Amazing Grace, starting a block away, faintly heard and then appearing in the school auditorium at full volume. Then full silence. Very impressive!
Nixon Presidential Materials Project, US National Archives, College Park, Maryland and Yorba Linda, California.
Chapter 1: So Help Me God
Chapter 2 First Assignment, Cheli Air Force Station
Chapter 3 Nellis Air Force Base
Song Louis Prima “Bona Sera”
Chapter 4 Oxcart at Nellis AFB
Chapter 5 Michigan State University
At Coral Gables roadhouse, East Lansing. Michigan
Chapter 7 RAF Upper Heyford, England
Chapter 8 Counterespionage Operations Assignment Washington, D.C. 1968–1969 Counterespionage
Chapter 9 Retooling at USC, 1969–1973
Chapter 10 Strangers at the Doorstep and More – 1971
Chapter 11 Enemy of the State- Making Difficult Choices – 1971
Chapter 12 Back to Duty in Washington, D. C. 1972–1974
Chapter 13 Defense Intelligence School Assignment 1974–1977
Chapter 14 The World Turn’d Upside Down
Chapter 15 Korea Assignment: 1977–1979 – Land of the Morning Calm
Chapter 16 Last Assignment 22nd Bomb Wing Riverside, CA 1979–1981
Chapter 17 Winds Message 1994
Chapter 18 Growing Up in Colton, California
Chapter 19 Letters to Jerry from Mrs. Clarke
Chapter 20 Watergate Research