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December 2016

CAPT Biard – Dungeon Super Stars – Part 2 of 4

Joe Rochefort was intuitive, quick, sharp thinking, blessed with a fantastic memory of almost total recall, and was an inspiring leader for his miracle-producing associates.
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CAPT Biard – Joining the Dungeon – Part 1 of 4

Speech on Hypo by CAPT Biard
July, 12 2002

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Remembering CAPT Forrest R. Biard

CAPT Forrest R. Biard was the last surviving pre-war trained Japanese cryptolinguist member of the U.S. Naval codebreaking organization during World War II.  CAPT Biard served in all three Navy codebreaking units during the war.

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The History of Wahiawa

The Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific (NCTAMS PAC) Wahiawa, HI is the world’s largest communication station.
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Navy Cryptologist selected as NETC 2016 Mid-Grade enlisted Instructor of the Year.

December 15, 2016 Naval Education and Training Center (NETC) announced the selection of CTT1 Scott G. Searcy as the Navy’s Mid-grade Enlisted Instructor of the Year for 2016.  There were more than 8,000 Navy instructors competing in this category!  His bio Follows:
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U.S. Coast Guard Participation in COMINT – Part 3 of 3

The Coast Guard took over a Navy Direction Finding (DF) station at Kailua, Hawaii.  Names of the Coast Guard personnel station there were Leo Dobraki, Chief in Charge, Sasov, McConnel, Dahl, Marvin Carr, Harold Hansen, Robert Wever, Norton Williams and Dewey Byerley.

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