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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology


June 2016

22 Years ago today, NSGA Keflavik Closed.

NSGA Keflavik was decommissioned and closed on June 30, 1994, 22 years ago today. The NSGA was located approximately 8 miles from NAS Keflavik, one mile from the U.S. Air Force 932nd Air Defense Squadron facility, and adjacent to the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Keflavik, Rockville Receiver Site. The Rockville Receiver Site was fully remoted on March 14, 1997 and was closed in October, 1999.

Continue reading “22 Years ago today, NSGA Keflavik Closed.”

Navy Cryptologists: Leaders Across the Spectrum

As promised on this blog on March 11th, 2016, VADM Jan Tighe, our community leader, has delivered an updated version of the Navy Cryptologic Community’s vision. 

The entire document is available here.

Please find below the executive summary.





Cyber Talent Management

ICYMI, the Navy has revealed a new plan to onboard Cyber talent directly from the civilian sector. Continue reading “Cyber Talent Management”

Recognizing General Alfred M Gray, USMC

General Alfred M Gray, USMC
Born June 22, 1928

General Gray was the 29th Commandant of the Corps and recognized member of the NSA Hall of Fame.
Continue reading “Recognizing General Alfred M Gray, USMC”

Sigh-ber Monday

Because words matter…

I came across this article from Engadget the other day.

Here’s a taste to pique your interest: Continue reading “Sigh-ber Monday”

Remembering CT2 Lawrence P. Hayden, USN, KIA

 CT2 Lawrence P. Hayden
June 16, 1947 – June 8, 1967
CT2 Lawrence Hayden was killed in Action while serving in USS LIBERTY (AGTR-5).  He was 20 years and eight days old at the time of his death.  Today, he would have been 69 years old.

Lawrence Hayden, as remembered by his sister, Kathryn: Continue reading “Remembering CT2 Lawrence P. Hayden, USN, KIA”

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