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2020 CNO NAVAL HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST

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Mobile Radio Intelligence Units ISO Operation OBLITERATION, December 10-23, 1944

A great example how radio intelligence provided I&W ISO operation “OBLITERATION,”  – the invitation of Luzon, Philippines December 10-23, 1943.  Of note, the first kamikaze attack of the war began during the Battle of the Leyte Gulf, October 25, 1944.

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Remembering RADM Ralph E. Cook, the 30th Commander to Lead Naval Cryptology

RADM Cook was last “Director Naval Security Group” and the first “Commander, Naval Security Group.”  His biography follows:

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Brothers Assigned to the USS Arizona

On December 7, 1941, Japanese bombs exploded into the hull of the USS Arizona, engulfing the ship in a giant fireball and leaving thousands dead. Amidst the destruction, one thing remained intact – the bond of brotherhood. Continue reading “Brothers Assigned to the USS Arizona”

Justice? – Remembering the Attack on NGSA Sabana Seca Sailors, December 3, 1979 (40 Years Ago Today)

On this day 40 years ago, terrorists attacked unarmed sailors en route to a day watch at Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) Sabana Seca.
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Corry Station is the Cradle of Naval Cryptology!

Corry Station holds a unique place in Naval Cryptology so much so that I believe it is the Cradle of Naval Cryptology. Continue reading “Corry Station is the Cradle of Naval Cryptology!”

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