When the North Korean People’s Army (NKPA) invaded South Korea in June 1950, the U.S. reaction was swift– air, ground, and naval forces were deployed to help repel the invaders.
April 20, 1920 – July 16, 2019
Yesterday, the Honorable John Paul Stevens, Justice, U.S. Supreme Court and WWII Navy Cryptologist died. The following is his reflections and memories of the communications intelligence work he did during WWII.
COMINT Memories of A U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
By Honorable John Paul Stevens, Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
The first VQ-1 plane arrived in Da Nang, Vietnam on July 17, 1964 after a 9.1 hour mission en route from Don Muang, Thailand. Continue reading “First VQ-1 Aircraft Arrived in Da Nang, July 17, 1964”
July 16, 1943, the first Women’s Army Corps (WAC) personnel arrived at Arlington Hall Station to serve as cryptanalysts, traffic analysts, and clerk-typists.
Today, Commander Joel Yates was relieved by Commander Brian Schulz as Commanding Officer, Navy Information Operations Command Yokosuka, Japan.
Commander Schulz’s biography follows: Continue reading “CDR Brian Schulz Assumes Command of NIOC Yokosuka”
Tomorrow Commander Joel A. Yates will be relieved by Commander Brian L. Schulz as Commanding Officer, Navy Information Operations Command Yokosuka.