On November 22, 1963, Robert Frazier was at work at FBI Headquarters in Washington. The 44-year-old special agent had no idea that he was about to be given the most important assignment of his career. Fifty years later, Frazier (above)—one of three firearms examiners assigned to analyze ballistic evidence in the Kennedy assassination—reflects on the case. For full story and video, see: www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2013/november/the-jfk-assassination-former-agent-recalls-role-in-investigation