I noticed the white out and the type didn’t match. It was a lousy forgery by any standard.
The Freeper’s name was Buckhead, and he proved it literally in a matter of minutes after the forgeries were put on the air. The so-called Texas Air National Guard memos were typed in a typeface that was extremely rare for a word processor in the early 1970s, using superscripts that simply weren’t being used on word processors in the early 1970s. However, both the typeface and the superscripts were very ordinary parts — the default settings, in fact — of a Microsoft Word purchase, starting in 1987.