As I stood there waiting, a voice seemed to come out of nowhere, and it said simply, “Get down, and get down now”!!
I am forever indebted to the US Navy for the training I received at Imperial Beach California in the 50’s, and at Goodfellow AFB during the early 60’s.
Most of us in the Information Warfare/Cryptologic Warfare community are well aware of the attack on the USS LIBERTY. Last year, June 8 was 50 years since the attack and most commands paused to remember.
The United States Logistics Group (TUSLOG) was a cover designation agreed by the U.S. European Command (EUCOM). Continue reading “NSG Det Karamursel, Turkey (TUSLOG Det 28) Disestablished, October 1, 1977”
As Executive Officer of NIOC Colorado, I was afforded the opportunity to speak via VTC to each of the graduating CWOBC classes. I truly enjoyed these engagements and have missed them since moving on to sea duty. In an effort to share some of my talking points, I offer the following, written for CWOBC graduates but applicable to anyone beginning a career in Naval Cryptology. Enjoy!