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Sidi Yahia Al-Gharb, Kingdom of Morocco, Closed December 1976

In December, 1953, the NSG Dept at NCS Port Lyautey, located at Naval Air Station Port Lyautey, French Morocco, moved to Sidi Yahia, and was established as the NSG Dept, NCS Sid Yahia, Morocco. NSG Dept, NCS Sidi Yahia remained active until it closed in December 1976.

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Remembering the Attack on NSGA Sabana Seca Sailors, December 3, 1979

On this day 40 years ago, terrorists attacked unarmed sailors en route to a day watch at Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) Sabana Seca.
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Remembering RADM Earl E. Stone, USN, First Director of the AFSA

REAR ADMIRAL EARL EVERETT STONE
UNITED STATES NAVY
December 2, 1895 – September 24,1989

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Cryptologic Division Officer Course (CDOC) – 1986!

The Cryptologic Division Officer Course (CDOC) was first instructed to young and inspiring naval officers 34 years ago.  From the rank and number of officer instructors, to the length of the course and follow on training, this is how cryptologic officer training priorities and investment looked like in 1986.

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Remembering CTRCS David “Blake” McLendon, KIA, Afghanistan

CTRCS David “Blake” McLendon, USN
November 29, 1979 – Sepember 21 2010

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Remembering AG2 Matthew M. Flocco, USN, KIA – Pentagon, September 11, 2001

A member of the Information Warfare Community, AG2 Matthew M. Flocco was killed while serving at the Pentagon on September 22, 2001.

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