Personnel in teletype messages

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DUTIES OF PERSONNEL REFERRED TO IN TRAFFIC

Baily, Lt. F. H. – GY-4-2 and executive operations officer in Dayton.
Beatty, Mr. – N. C. R. engineer in charge of rectifier and compressor installation for Building #4, N. C. A.
Bucher, Mr. – N. C. R. engineer most concerned with the dediCated-administration of ………
Dayger, Lt. M. A. – Officer in charge of stockroom of N. C. A.
Desch, Mr. J. R. – N. C. R. engineer in charge of production and research.
Ely, Comdr. R. B. – Executive officer of research section and later G-12.
Engstrom, Capt. H. T. – G-4. Officer in charge of research.
Foley, Capt. – G-F. Personnel officer fo Op-20-G.
Gulden, Mr. Vincent – N. C. R. engineer responsible for construction of M-9’s and Grenades.
Hemmer, Lt. G. A. – Officer in charge of stockroom of N. C. A.
Hottenstein, Lt. (Jg.) E. – Executive officer of N. C. M. L.
Howard, Ens. R. – Executive officer of N. C. M. L.
McFarland, Comdr. R. – Executive officer of N. C. A.
Meader, Capt. R. I. – Officer in Charge of N. C. M. L.
Mumma, Mr. R. – N. C. R. engineer
Noble, Lt. (jg) D. – Naval engineer responsible for copperheads.
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