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September 2017

September 30, 1994, VQ-1 Det moved to NAS Whidbey Island

In August 1991 Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron One (VQ-1) closed its permanent detachment in Atsugi, Japan after 30 years and moved it to Misawa, Japan.
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ONI Essay: Lessons from WWII US Naval Intelligence (Guest Post)

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Guest post by IT3 Kevin M. Stehr
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Over The Horizon Radar

 

Did you know that NPS thesis papers are published for public access? Continue reading “Over The Horizon Radar”

September 26, 1986, President Reagan Dedicates NSA Ops Buildings

During the dedication of the National Security Agency (NSA) Ops Buildings on September 26, 1986, President Reagan recounted the work that Commander Joe Rochefort and his team at Station HYPO did in support of Admiral Nimitz.

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The NCVA – Keepers of Our Heritage

The NCVA is not just a social organization, but they are the very keepers of naval cryptologic heritage.
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Imperial Beach, San Diego, California closed September 30, 1999.

The U.S. Naval Receiving Facility (NAVRADRECFAC) Imperial Beach maintained and operated a high frequency direction finding (HFDF) facility and provided communication support to Navy and other Department of Defense elements.
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