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A great example how radio intelligence provided I&W ISO operation “OBLITERATION,” – the invitation of Luzon, Philippines December 10-23, 1943. Of note, the first kamikaze attack of the war began during the Battle of the Leyte Gulf, October 25, 1944.
RADM Cook was last “Director Naval Security Group” and the first “Commander, Naval Security Group.” His biography follows:
On December 7, 1941, Japanese bombs exploded into the hull of the USS Arizona, engulfing the ship in a giant fireball and leaving thousands dead. Amidst the destruction, one thing remained intact – the bond of brotherhood. Continue reading “Brothers Assigned to the USS Arizona”
On this day 40 years ago, terrorists attacked unarmed sailors en route to a day watch at Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) Sabana Seca.
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Corry Station holds a unique place in Naval Cryptology so much so that I believe it is the Cradle of Naval Cryptology. Continue reading “Corry Station is the Cradle of Naval Cryptology!”