Do you write to your teammates? Here’s a great example of CNSG FORCM CTOCM(NAC) Robert R. Adams letter of congratulations to Petty Officer Florindo Gallicchio for his selection as Sailor of the Quarter. Continue reading “Got Leadership?”
The date was June 30, 1946. A full year had nearly passed since World War II ended and global peace prevailed once again.
Continue reading “Remembering CTC Raymond Eugene Linn, KIA USS LIBERTY, June 8, 1967”
Over at USNI Proceedings Magazine, CAPT Tony Butera and CAPT Dale Rielage have dropped an idea of what the Navy could do with one or more of the Oliver Hazard Perry FFGs CNO has mentioned he is thinking about bringing out of mothballs in order to more rapidly meet ship numbers.
To get right to the point:
DIUx—leveraging its commercial solutions openings process—would hold a disruptive design contest, offering unconventional partners the chance to conduct modernization experiments on board the frigates. In much the same way that Space-X’s faster development and launch processes forced reforms of entrenched procedures at NASA in 2010, the design contest could transform fleet modernization practices.
Article may be found HERE.
U.S. Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) Winter Harbor was established on June 9, 1958 and disestablished and closed on June 30, 2002.
Continue reading “NSGA Winter Harbor ME Disestablished 15 Years Ago”
United States Logistics Group (TUSLOG) Det-12 Istanbul was a U.S. Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), first established in October, 1952 and was in continuous operation until June 30, 1965 until it permanently closed.
Continue reading “NSGA Istanbul, Turkey (TUSLOG Det 12) Closed June 30, 1965”
Seven years ago today the Navy identified officer designators within the IDC.
Continue reading “The Evolution of the Information Warfare Community”
In 1953, U.S. Naval Security Group Department, NCS San Francisco, Skaggs Island, CA was established as a Dept of NAVCOMMSTA San Francisco.
Continue reading “June 18, 1993, NSGA Skaggs Island Closed”
Conspiracy Theorists, Anti-Semites and More
Many surviving crewmembers feel they’ve been dishonored by the cover-up. “We’ve been made to appear as bigots and the lies frustrate our efforts to distance ourselves from neo-Nazi organizations [and other anti-Jewish groups],” says Gallo.
Continue reading “Remembering the USS LIBERTY (5 of 5)”
After the Attack
Miraculously, the Liberty refused to sink and was able to get underway on her own power. The crew worked tirelessly through the night to care for the wounded and secure the ship for its voyage to Malta. Despite the USS Saratoga and USS America being only 15 air minutes from Liberty, help did not arrive until 18 hours after the attack.
Continue reading “Remembering the USS LIBERTY (4 of 5)”