65th Data Processing Unit
(Source:John C. Dispirito)
Kim Roush, Joe Ahearn and Johnny Jones in the Machine Room. Kim Roush is leaning on what I believe was the pre-wired boards for the IBM 407 Printer. We would feed the punched cards into a hopper and based on how the wiring was done it would generate printouts for what we needed. You got me on what piece of equipment Ahearn and Jones are looking at but Jones was the IBM Customer Engineer who made repairs to our IBM equipment. For the Univac we had to call out for civilian Univac engineers to do the repairs.    
View of the Machine Room. Those bins in the middle held punch cards but I am sure not all of them were full.