For over sixty years Presidents have been sent a daily, multisource intelligence digest. President Harry S. Truman received his inaugural Daily Summary on February 15, 1946.
LCDR Allan J. Towns was properly relieved as the Junior Officer detailer by LCDR Nicholas A. Cole. LCDR Towns – thank you for you hard work and support! We wish you and your family the very best.
LCDR Nicholas Cole’s biography follows.
“NAVFAC Nicosia was totally a NAVSECGRU site.”
LCDR Legg’s biography follows:
From: Hooley, Kevin R CAPT CO CID Corry Station
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Continue reading “Remembering USS Iowa (BB 61) by CAPT Kevin R. Hooley, USN”
Known as the Doolittle Raid, on April 18, 1942, the United Stations successfully attacked the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on the island of Honshu during World War II. The following is a report how Radio Intelligence supported this operation:
The following is a memo from CAPT Wenger dated May 23, 1945 concerning the shootdown of Japanese Admiral Yamamoto:
CPL Stephen Lee Traughber
April 17, 1946 – September 10, 1967