Talk:Bruce Cooper

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Bruce Cooper is notable, and not just as a routine officer. He was the last surviving member of the Operation Tracer team and the only member for whom there is substantial information. Operation Tracer remained a mystery for decades. Even after its discovery in 1997, there was little known about the details of the secret chamber and its occupants. After Cooper came forward, his story garnered attention around the world. Anne (talk) 08:07, 11 November 2012 (UTC)

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