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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology


August 2021

Remembering CTO1 John Ball, KIA, Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico

CTO1 John Ball
August 31, 1950 – December 3, 1979

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Remembering Ted Williams Capt, USMC

Theodore Samuel Williams
August 30, 1918 – July 5, 2002

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FY-22 ACTIVE-DUTY NAVY LCDR SELECTIONS (Cryptologic Warfare Officer)

Congratulations to the following Cryptologic Warfare Officers (1810) who selected to LCDR!

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The MIG Incident Part 5 of 5

OCTOBER 19-24, 1976

On 22 October, the Soviet Ambassador to Japan Dmitri Polyansky again agreed with Japanese Foreign Minister Kosaka on an early return of the MiG-25, but the one stumbling block remains Soviet insistence of preshipment inspection of the aircraft at Hyakuri AB.  The Japanese have refused admission of Soviet officials to the base.

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Establishment of Maritime Space Officer (187X) Community

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The MIG Incident Part 4 of 5

OCTOBER 8-12, 1976

On 9 Oct, the Soviet Union officially informed the Japanese Government that it was ready to receive the MiG-25.  Working level talks were scheduled to begin on 12 Oct to discuss technical matters related to the transfer of the MiG plane.  As concerns Japanese demands that the Soviet Union make compensation for damage to Hakodate Airport and coast of transferring the aircraft to the port of Hitachi, the Soviets only remarked that their country had differing views on the matter.

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