The Krasnodar, a Russian attack submarine, left the coast of Libya in late May 2017, headed east across the Mediterranean, then slipped undersea, quiet as a mouse. Then, it fired a volley of cruise missiles into Syria.
In Scituate, Rhode Island, near the top of the 7th-highest peak in the state, the old Suddard Farm on Chopmist Hill (elevation 732) served as a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) intercept site.
April 15 will be 50 years since the shootdown of EC-121 BEGGER SHADOW (PR-21). How will you and/or your command honor the 31 men who died?
Originated from the reserve information warfare (IW) officer community, IWIREP is an initiative to assist both active duty and reserve officers in the understanding of IW fundamentals with the goal of qualifying officers in IW.
The Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) is the military intelligence agency of the United States Navy. Established on March 23, 1882 primarily to advance the Navy’s modernization efforts, ONI is the oldest member of the United States Intelligence Community and serves as the nation’s premier source of maritime intelligence.
March 22, 1962, the Army Security Agency (ASA) flew the first airborne radio direction finding mission in Vietnam. It was a single-engine aircraft that flew low, slow, and had room for only a few people. This mission flew against Viet Cong transmitters east of Saigon.
VQ-1’s air assets and technical capabilities were significantly upgraded in the spring of 1969 with the arrival of two EP-3B Orion “Bat Rack” aircraft.
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