Through intercept, cryptanalysis and translation of Japanese messages, Communication Intelligence (COMINT) supplied decision makers with a continuous flow of information on Japanese naval and merchant shipping, convoy routing and composition of forces along with a wealth of other pertinent intelligence. Below is a time-line of success and tragedies that is part of our Naval COMINT history. Continue reading “A Sense of Urgency Continues (1941-1945)!”
The 23-year period between WWI and WWII, OP-20-G had a real sense of urgency to build a communications intelligence (COMINT) capability to support decision makers with actionable intelligence information. Continue reading “A Sense of Urgency (1918-1941)!”
Today, Captain Patrick Count was relieved by Captain Bill Kramer as Commanding Officer, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia/Commander Task Force 1050.
Captain Count’s next tour of duty is serving in Commander TENTH Fleet staff – Maritime Operations Center.
Congratulations on a successful major command tour!!
Today, Captain Patrick A. Count was relieved by Captain Bill Kramer as Commanding Officer, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia. Captain Kramer’s biography follows:
Continue reading “CAPT Bill Kramer Assumes Command of NIOC Georgia”
Petty Officer Day, was a native of Taylorsville, Utah. He enlisted in the United States Navy in July, 2002. Continue reading “Remembering IT1 Jared William Day, KIA Afghanistan”
Commander Wilson’s biography follows: