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1945 - Ronald Reagan was separated from active duty. The units he worked with had produced about 400 training films for the AAF.

1981 - President Reagan allowed Air Traffic Control workers that were fired due to an illegal strike to re-apply for government jobs. The jobs had to be outside the Air Traffic Control sector.

1983 - President Reagan participated in a signing ceremony for International Human Rights Day.

1984 - President Reagan and the First Lady attended the NBC television program "Christmas in Washington Special."

1986 - President Reagan met with Zaire's President Mobuto Sese Seko.

1987 - President Reagan and the First Lady had dinner at the Soviet Embassy in Washington, DC.

1987 - President Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev met to discuss nuclear arms and Afghanistan.

1992 - Clair George, former CIA spy chief, was convicted of lying to the U.S. Congress about the Iran-Contra affair. U.S. President George Bush later pardoned George.


Ronald Reagan Quotes

A truly successful army is one that, because of its strength and ability and dedication, will not be called upon to fight, for no one will dare to provoke it.
- President Reagan, May 27, 1981



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