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January 2018

NSGA Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico, Closed 15 Years Ago Today

In January, 1952, the U.S. Naval Radio Station, Sabana Seca was officially designated, with LCDR W. L. Thomas, as the Officer-in-Charge.
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USS PUEBLO – An Odyssey of Captivity (Part 7 of 7)

Featured picture is the Court of Inquiry opening, January 20, 1969.

At the time of its seizure, the USS Pueblo was the first Navy ship to be boarded and captured by a foreign power in a century and a half.

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USS PUEBLO – An Odyssey of Captivity (Part 6 of 7)

Rough Going for a Brave Man that Said No

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USS PUEBLO – An Odyssey of Captivity (Part 5 of 7)

What A Way to Cut Grass!

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USS PUEBLO – An Odyssey of Captivity (Part 4 of 7)

Greeting from the “Bear”

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Lost Sons of the Nimitz, By Jim Stewart

They were always the last to leave the ship. It meant waiting up to an hour in the noise and heat while a backwash of jet fumes filled the fat old plane, gently rocking it in the night.

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