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This black and white cursive written and typed three page document consists of an interview with Thomas McKeon conducted via telephone regarding his time as Military Police (MP)at Long Binh Jail in Vietnam. He described the racial tension in the jail, as well as the riot and the treatment of the prisoners by the guards. The cursive page is transcribed.
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Transcriptions, Interview collection, Military prisons, Long Binh Jail (Vietnam (Republic)), Prisoners, Inmates of institutions, Courts-martial and courts of inquiry, Military personnel, Indian Rocks Beach (Fla.), LGBTQ+ people in the military, Homophobia
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"Interview with Thomas McKeon" (1990). Currey Document Archive. 25.
Mr. Currey, I've made a couple of corrections. Please omit my comments on my unit. What I said is not for print. I would appriciate(sic) the return of these photos they are the only copies I have. Tom McKeon P.S. Also enclosed is an after action report for Set(sic) of "69" a l a history of my unit.