Or is it? One can never be sure with a Google Books search, the publication in question has a 1957 date, but I think it’s the reference ‘Symposium issue 1964’ that’s the key date.
Anyway, here it is:
This program was unique in a couple of ways. Number one, it was the one and only military spin evaluation of the TF41 engine and, number two, it was the only spin evaluation of an asymmetrically loaded A-7. These results are all going into a common report when the whole nine yards gets wrapped ............... [caetera desunt]
BTW the thread title refers to Samclem’s recent turning up of the phrase in the April 25th 1964 edition of the Tucson Daily Citizen.