First and foremost, I wish to thank my colleagues in JFK research who encouraged me to investigate the NAA data on the fragments even before I was ready to. That led via a slow and tortuous road to this paper. I thank the colleagues who contributed helpful comments along the way, especially when I saw the tunnel but not the way out of it. I particularly thank Jean Davison for her valuable suggestions and critiques, and Joel Grant for his comments and for allowing me to use material from his earlier manuscript on the NAA. Joel also put me in touch with Larry Sturdivan, whose contributions to the ballistics aspects became indispensable. I also thank the University of Rhode Island for allowing me to turn my JFK interests into a course in the Political Science Department. Within that department, I thank Drs. Gerry Tyler and Maureen Moakley for their unfailing helpfulness and encouragement.
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