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                    Holocaust Revisionism
Research Directorate
740 O'Malley Road
Patrick Air Force Base, Florida 32925-3399

DEOMI Special Projects Series Pamphlet 96-2


Chaplain (Captain) Carlos C. Huerta served as a participant
in the Topical Research Intern Program (TRIP) from April 29,
1996 to May 29, 1996 at the Defense Equal Opportunity
Management Institute (DEOMI), where he conducted the
research to write this report. Chaplain Huerta was assigned
as Battalion Chaplain to 1st Battalion, 79th Field
Artillery, United States Army Field Artillery Training
Center, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. DEOMI thanks Chaplain Huerta
for his considerable contribututions to the program.


The Topical Research Intern Program provides the opportunity
for Servicemembers and DoD civilian employees to work on
diversity/equal opportunity projects while on a 30-day tour
of duty at the Institute. During their tour, the interns use
a variety of primary and secondary source materials to
complile a review of data or research pertaining to an issue
of importance to equal opportunity (EO) and equal employment
opportunity (EEO) specialists, supervisors, and other
leaders throughout the Services. The resulting publications
(such as this one) are intended as resource and educational
materials and do not represent official policy statements or
endorsements by the DoD or any of its agencies. The
publications are distributed to EO/EEO personnel and
selected senior officials to aid them in their duties.

                          June 1996
   The opinions expressed in this report are those of the
author and should not be construed to represent the official
 position of DEOMI, the military services, or the Department
                         of Defense.

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