The base officially known today as Corry Station Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP) located in Pensacola Florida has a long and unique history that two very different naval communities share. Continue reading “March 18, 1960, NCTC Corry Station was established”
NSA reports this aircraft went down on March 16, 1981. However, other sources report the aircraft went down on March 15. Two of the six killed were U.S. Air Force Cryptologists.
SSgt Steven C. Balcer, USAF
SSgt Harry L. Parsons, III, USAF Continue reading “The Fate of RC-135 Cobra Ball II, #61-2664”
March 15, 1946, CREAM replaced ULTRA as the codeword for top secret cryptanalytic material.
Continue reading “March 15, 1946, CREAM replaced ULTRA”
Chief Robert Anderson’ s biography follows:
Continue reading “Honoring FORCM Robert H. Anderson, III”
Did you know on March 11, 1935 the Navy cryptologic organization redesignated OP-20-G as Communications Security Group? Continue reading “Communications Security Group Established!”
Small commands and detachments like Navy Information Operations Detachment (NIOD) Groton are becoming increasingly rare in the cryptologic community. Continue reading “Junior Officers Need Opportunities to Command, by LCDR Ryan Haag (Guest Post)”