Oliver Lincoln Lundquist, a talented architect and industrial designer, worked for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), CIA’s predecessor, during World War II and led the team that designed the official United Nations emblem.Continue reading “Who Designed the UN Logo?”
FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md.— Warfighting is no longer confined by geography in the 21st century. The battlefield has expanded into cyberspace and there, it’s fought using keyboards.Continue reading “Sailor Defends National Security in Cyberspace”
Navy Rear Adm. Craig A. Clapperton appointment to the grade of vice admiral, and assignment as commander, Fleet Cyber Command; and commander, Tenth Fleet, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. Clapperton is currently serving as commander, Combined Joint Task Force, Cyber, Tenth Fleet, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.
Rear Admiral Clapperton’s biography follows:Continue reading “RADM Craig A. Clapperton, USN, Selected as FCC/C10F”
Master Chief Ricardo Galvan retires after 30 years of service. His biography follow:Continue reading “Honoring Master Chief Ricardo Galvan, USN”
George Woodrow Wilson Jr., 78, formerly of St. Joseph, died on April 14, 2022, in Overland Park, Kan.Continue reading “Remembering George W. Wilson, USS Liberty Survivor”
On April 25 1960, USS Triton completed the first submerged circumnavigation of the world while under the command of CAPT Edward Beach, Jr. Starting and ending at the St. Peter and Paul Rocks in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean near the Equator, the Triton traveled 26,723 nautical miles in 60 days and 21 hours. The Triton received the Presidential Unit Citation with a special clasp in the form of the globe.