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OTR Gang Member, RM1c Raymond A. Rundle Oral History

OTR Gang Class #25 (November 1940 – February 1941), RM1c Raymond Rundle served aboard USS Enterprise (CV 6), CTF 16.1 ISO USS Hornet Doolittle Raid April 18, 1942; USS Yorktown (CV 5) during the Battle of Midway, 4–7 June 1942; and supported the Aleutian Campaign, March – September, 1943.  Featured image: Adak, Alaska, circa 1943.

RM1c Rundle was born on August 23, 1918 and died September 7, 1984

Oral history follows:

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Congratulations to the Chief Petty Officers Pinned Today!

Chief Petty Officer
Leadership – Heritage – Tradition

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The Gettysburg Address

On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered remarks, which later became known as the Gettysburg Address, at the official dedication ceremony for the National Cemetery of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, on the site of one of the bloodiest and most decisive battles of the Civil War.

The full text of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is as follows:

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Remembering CTTC (EXW/IDW/SW) Christian M. Pike, KIA, Afghanistan

Christian M Pike, CTTC (EXW/IDW/SW), USN
November 19, 1981 – March, 13 2013

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The Move to Fort Meade

Have you ever given any thought to living in Kentucky? How about Kansas City? Tulsa? Had conditions been just a little bit different, NSA could have ended up in anyone of those places instead of here at Fort Meade.

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Remembering CAPT Lewis W. Comstock, 7th Commander to lead Naval Cryptologists

Captain Lewis Wells Comstock, USN
November 15, 1888 – June 8, 1975

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