April-June 1972 – The two SHRIKE missile hits on the WORDEN were a “mission kill” on her. Nearly all of its radars were out of action, and we headed for Subic Bay in the Philippines at our best speed, which was something over 30 knots.
1979 – Osan AFB – I subsequently served as a technical intelligence officer in special mission submarines and became a systems operator on Navy reconnaissance aircraft. I also served an exchange tour with the USAF.
After getting the tactical situation in CIC, I went to the bridge, which was just forward on the same level on this class of ship. I reported to the OOD that I was ready to commence turnover and the on-watch JOOD, a chief, and I commenced our turnover.
April 1972 – As I walked into the passenger terminal at Yokota Air Base near Tokyo, I was surprised to hear my name being called over the public-address system. I had just arrived by bus after a many hour flight from San Diego into Haneda International Airport.
Daniel W. Lynch, cryptologic training systems manager at Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Corry Station, retired in January 2001, ending 50 years of federal service. In tribute to his many years of distinguished service, Corry Station honored him by dedicating a video teleconference (VTC) conference room In his name. The conference room is located in building 513.Continue reading “Remembering Mr. Dan Lynch”
Starting tomorrow, there will be a seven part series by CDR George “Guy” Thomas, USN (Ret.). In this series CDR Thomas will share how tactical SIGINT supported both fleet and air operations off the coast of Vietnam during the early part of 1972. CDR Thomas’ biography follows: