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October 2019

Remembering CAPT Laurance Safford, USN, “Father of Naval Cryptology”

“All nations have learned the lessons of the World War and will probably make even greater efforts to intercept and read enemy messages in the future than were made in the past…. In a war between nations of approximately equal strength, Radio Intelligence could easily become the decisive factor.” — Laurance Safford, speech, Naval Postgraduate School, 1925

Alignment of LDO and CWO IDC Designators, October 20, 2015

Message follows:

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Special Electronic Search Project (forerunner of VQ-1) Established October 15, 1951

The lineage of VQ-1’s “World Watchers” can be traced back to two PBY-5A Catalina “Black Cats” modified for electronic reconnaissance during World War II.

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Remembering the Attack on the USS Cole (DDG 67)

On October 12, 2000, suicide terrorists exploded a small boat alongside the USS Cole (DDG 67) as it was refueling in the Yemeni port of Aden. The blast ripped a 40-foot-wide hole near the waterline of the Cole, killing 17 American sailors and injuring many more.

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NIOC Misawa Disestablished, October 1, 2014

On October 1, 2014, after 52 years of distinguished service to the Navy, the nation, and its Japanese allies, U.S. Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Misawa was disestablished.  Continue reading “NIOC Misawa Disestablished, October 1, 2014”

CDR Scott L. Cone Assumes Command of NIOC Whidbey Island

Today, Commander Brian Harding will be relieved by Commander Scott L. Cone as Commanding Officer, Navy Information Operations Command Whidbey Island.  Commander Cone’s biography follows:

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