BID 770 is on the right with a Model 40 (Replacing the Model 28)/TD/Reperf combination, for off-line encryption/decryption. At post there were two 770s sitting in a big safe (see mission photos). Keymat was a plastic cassette that held a paper fill, dropped into the right of the unit under the window. This should bring back lots of memories!
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