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.
On March 23, 2018, Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Norfolk disbanded to create the Information Warfare Training Group (IWTG) in Norfolk, Virginia, March 28.
Captain Petty was a career cryptologist and served in a variety of positions throughout the Naval Security Group, Naval Network Warfare Command, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and U.S. TENTH Fleet, along with many other positions throughout the Navy and Joint Force.
Some highlights of Captain Petty’s career include:
Announcement of the Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship Retention Program for Academic Year 2020/2021. See the details provided below.
John Cooke, pictured, had studied collection techniques against imperial Japanese Navy communications as a U.S. Navy radioman.
Jon A. Henke was born in Belleville, Illinois on March 19. Master Chief Henke joined the U.S. Navy upon graduation from high school in 1976.
In 1930, OP-20-G planners selected the 13th Naval District, which included Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, as well as Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, as a prospective location for two new intercept sites: Continue reading “NSGA Bainbridge Island, WA, Disestablished, March 15, 1953”
The above photograph was taken in front of a captured Japanese Navy Communications facility. The U.S. Marines, 3rd Radio Intelligence Platoon took over the station and used as communications interception facility. Pictured are Marines and Navy Radio Intelligence personnel.
Chief Robert Anderson’ s biography follows:
FORCM ROBERT H. ANDERSON III
UNITED STATES NAVY, RETIRED