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On 28 July 1942, the American Federation of Musicians' recording ban started, effectively putting American musicians on strike. It prevented Duke Ellington — and others — from recording their music, and wouldn't be lifted until the union came to a satisfactory agreement on 1 December 1944. (PROSE: Atom Bomb Blues)

In 2017, exactly 30 years after the N-Form incident, UNIT closed and archived their file Quadrant27787. At this time, Gabriel Tyler was still in a vegetative state, Jacob Tyler was living a comfortable life in retirement, and Sally Hunt was in a private nursing facility. Eva Jericho's body was taken to be preserved at Porton Down. (PROSE: Damaged Goods)

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