Jones was one of the American soldiers who liberated the camp in April 1945. In these notes, he details the structure of the camp and its role as a "large industrial complex for the V-2 missile program." Jones also describes the conditions of the camp at the time of liberation.
Ron Lancaster was an engineer for Boeing in Huntsville, Alabama. His handwritten notes describe encounters with astronauts Dave Scott and James Irwin, working with Grumman engineers at Kennedy Space Center, and going inside the Lunar Excursion Module.
This handwritten note states that Colonel Nickerson "has pleaded guilty." It also notes that there are stipulations in the charges that are duplicates. It also contains the names of various people involved with the case including Dr. Stuhlinger, Dr. von Braun and General Pickering.
This note states that according to "certain rules of evidence" established by the Federal courts, all information that is necessary for the case must be made available "regardless of the classification of the evidence."
These handwritten notes include general information from the case of Colonel John C. Nickerson, Jr. Topics include general information and assessment related to the missile program, particularly in the transfer of the program from Army to Air Force direction. It also includes notes on the postponement of the trial.
Detailed notes that provide information on Colonel John C. Nickerson's career in the military and involvement with the missile program. The information on Nickerson follows his career up until the disclosure of classified materials that led to his court-martial and trial.