Tipped off by Commander Joe Rochefort using Radio Intelligence from Station HYPO, USS Gudgeon (SS 211) became the first U.S. submarine of World War II to sink an enemy warship.Continue reading “First Kill”
CT3 Thomas Ray Thornton
February 1, 1944 – June 8, 1967
Jan. 29, 2023 | By Chris Gordon
Comments by Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan, the head of Air Mobility Command, about a potential war with China in the next few years have generated international headlines and led the Department of Defense to formally distance itself from the remarks.
Minihan, who is known for his energetic, passionate style, prepared a memo saying that Airmen under his command at AMC should prepare to be at war with China within two years.
“I hope I am wrong. My gut tells me we will fight in 2025.” Minihan wrote in the memo, which circulated on social media and was confirmed as authentic by Air & Space Forces Magazine.Continue reading “Pentagon Distances Itself from Minihan Memo Suggesting Possible War with China in 2025”
In January, 1952, the U.S. Naval Radio Station, Sabana Seca was officially designated, with LCDR W. L. Thomas, as the Officer-in-Charge. Also in January, 1952, a U.S. Naval Security Group Detachment was established, co-located with the Naval Radio Station (NAVRADSTA) at Sabana Seca. Later in 1952, the NAVRADSTA was recommissioned as Net Control Station (NCS) Puerto Rico, Sabana Seca, PR, and the NSG Det became the NSG Dept, NCS Puerto Rico, Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico.Continue reading “NSGA Sabana Seca Puerto Rico Closed, January 31, 2003”
CT3 Duane Marggraf
January 27, 1945 – June 8, 1967
Paul Leonard Newman
January 26, 1925 – September 26, 2008