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August 2018

Remembering Captain James D. Stallings, U.S. Army Cryptologist, KIA Vietnam

Married and from Carthage Tennessee, Captain Stallings was 34 when we was killed.
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The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

The old cliché that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” is well illustrated by the cryptologic relationship between Poland and Japan.

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NSG Det Bad Aibling, Germany Disestablished, August 24, 2004

NSGA Bad Aibling commenced operations on the U.S. Army Field Station on October 1, 1994.
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Problem Solved!!

You heard it first here:  The Community has solved the problem regarding generalist or specialist!! Continue reading “Problem Solved!!”

A Sense of Urgency Continues (1941-1945)!

Through intercept, cryptanalysis and translation of Japanese messages, Communication Intelligence (COMINT) supplied decision makers with a continuous flow of information on Japanese naval and merchant shipping, convoy routing and composition of forces along with a wealth of other pertinent intelligence. Below is a time-line of success and tragedies that is part of our Naval COMINT history. Continue reading “A Sense of Urgency Continues (1941-1945)!”

A Sense of Urgency (1918-1941)!

The 23-year period between WWI and WWII, OP-20-G had a real sense of urgency to build a communications intelligence (COMINT) capability to support decision makers with actionable intelligence information. Continue reading “A Sense of Urgency (1918-1941)!”

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