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November 2021

Remembering The Fighting Sullivans

November 13, 1942, USS Juneau sank after being torpedoed during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. 687 sailors including the five Sullivan brothers lost their lives. The brothers became national heroes and were the subject of the 1944 movie “The Fighting Sullivans.” Two ships have been named in their honor. The wreck of the Juneau was found in 2018.

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FCC/C10F Sailor Saves a Life

Information Systems Technician 1st Class Justin Osborne, assigned to U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet (FCC/C10F) and a native of Mountain View, Calif., saved the life of a friend who suffered cardiac arrest while playing in a basketball game at a local elementary school on Oct. 27.

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The Man Who Brought Cryptologic Training to Corry Field (Station)

LCDR Kenneth Earl “Mike” Carmichael, USN
November 11, 1913 – April 9, 1991

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The Undeclared War “History of Radio Intelligence” Part 8 of 8

JAPAN AND GERMANY

The first Japanese diplomatic messages of great importance in the present war informed us that Japan and Germany had extended the scope of the “Anti-Comintern Pact” and would declare war on the United States if the latter interfered with the Axis program of conquest in Europe or Eastern Asia.

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The Undeclared War “History of Radio Intelligence” Part 7 of 8

INTERCEPT SITES OPERATIONS AND MANNING

ADM Upham also originated the “Corregidor Project”, won over the local Army authorities, and (after his transfer to the General Board) finally obtained the consent of the Chief of Staff, U.S. Army. From this time on, the Commander-in-Chief, Asiatic Fleet, looked upon the R.I. Unit as the most important facility under his command.

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The Undeclared War “History of Radio Intelligence” Part 6 of 8

The Third Fleet maintained its station along the Chine Coast and up the Yangtze River.  This undoubtedly represented a blockade of China’s ports, if the blockade was not actually taking place at that time. 

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