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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology

First Air RDF Mission in Vietnam, March 22, 1962

March 22, 1962, the Army Security Agency (ASA) flew the first airborne radio direction finding mission in Vietnam.  It was a single-engine aircraft that flew low, slow, and had room for only a few people.  This mission flew against Viet Cong transmitters east of Saigon.

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March 17, 1969 First EP-3B Orion Arrived at Atsugi Japan

VQ-1’s air assets and technical capabilities were significantly upgraded in the spring of 1969 with the arrival of two EP-3B Orion “Bat Rack” aircraft.
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Naval History and Heritage Commemoration – Vietnam War

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Alan Turing

Alan Turing was born on June 23, 1912, in London. In his seminal 1936 paper, he proved that there cannot exist any universal algorithmic method of determining truth in mathematics, and that mathematics will always contain undecidable propositions.

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The APPLE Logo

Did Alan Turing, the computer scientist and cryptologist of World War II inspire the APPLE logo?

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84 Years Ago Today!

84 Years ago today the term “group” was first used to identify the organization later to be known as the Navy Security Group.  The following is an email from VADM Jan Tighe (ret) as Fleet Cyber Command/Commander TENTH Fleet, dated 2015

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