[LBJ Library photo #1A-15-WH63 by Cecil Stoughton]

[LBJ Library photo #1A-15-WH63 by Cecil Stoughton]

National Archives Accessions Newly Discovered Post-JFK Assassination Tape Recording

Jan 30, 2012

An additional audio recording of radio traffic involving the Air Force One flight from Dallas to Andrews Air Force Base on November 22, 1963, has been donated to the National Archives and is available for research. The LBJ Library Archives has a copy of the flight recording that was edited by the White House Communications Office.

The new version donated by The Raab Collection to National Archives has twenty additional minutes of recording that has previously not been available.

For details about this audio recording, please go to: www.archives.gov/press/press-releases/2012/nr12-60.html

A digitized version of the 2 hour 22 minute recording is available at
the National Archives website: www.archives.gov/research/jfk/air-force-one-tape.html

Reference copes of the recordings are available at the LBJ Library.

Recordings

The edited version from the LBJ Library is on three tapes and is linked below.

Tape 1

Download audio file. (Size 33.2 MB).

Tape 2

Download audio file. (Size 33.5 MB).

Tape 3

Download audio file. (Size 17.8 MB).