Today, Commander Eren Cataloglu will be relieved by Commander Robert “Jake” Bebber as Commanding Officer, Cryptologic Warfare Activity Sixty Seven . Commander Bebber’s biography follows:Continue reading “CDR Robert “Jake” Bebber Assumes Command of CWA-67”
by ENS Shaylah N. Bullock
It was the early 1940’s and the United States was preparing for World War II. President Franklin D. Roosevelt called upon the U.S. to be an “arsenal of democracy” and defend democratic ideals. He knew we needed guns, ships, and planes; tangible things that would help us win the war. Whereas civil rights leaders heard a call for something less tangible, but more critical: equality. From 1940-1944, thousands of Americans protested, wrote letters, and signed petitions; begging Congress and the President to allow Black men to serve equally in the United States Navy.
Tomorrow Commander Eren Cataloglu will be relieved by Commander Jake Bebber as the Commanding Officer Cryptologic Warfare Activity Sixty Seven. Commander Cataloglu’s biography follows:Continue reading “Honoring CDR Eren Cataloglu, Commanding Officer CWG-67”
American leaders have finally awakened to the challenges posed by an ascendant People’s Republic of China (PRC). Over two presidential administrations, the U.S. has strived to better defend the country from PRC policies that harm American interests, from unfair trade practices to actions that undermine U.S. partnerships and alliances. U.S. policymakers describe the new approach as “great power competition” or “strategic competition,” implying that U.S.-China antagonism is, and shall remain, below the threshold of armed conflict.Continue reading “Winning High-End War at Sea: Insights into the PLA Navy’s New Strategic Concept”
Below are Information Warfare Community members who gave the ultimate sacrifice – this is not comprehensive list.Continue reading “Memorial Day”
Arlington Estate was established by George Washington’s adopted grandson, George Washington Parke Custis, to be a living memorial to the first president. Custis’s daughter, Mary, married U.S. Army 1st Lieutenant Robert E. Lee in 1831. When he died, Custis left the estate to his daughter Mary Custis Lee for the duration of her life, and upon her death, her eldest son would inherit the property. Robert E. Lee served as the executor of his father-in-law’s will and never owned the property.Continue reading “Memorial Day – History of Arlington National Cemetery”