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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology

Honoring RADM Isaiah C. Cole, USN, 42nd Commander to Lead the Cryptologic Community

Rear Admiral Isaiah C. Cole biography follows:

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73 Years Ago, Communication Technician Rating (CT) was Established

Did you know Captain Jack S. Holtwick, Jr., USN is credited with establishing the Communication Technician (CT) rating for the U.S. Navy in 1948?

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Remembering CTSN James Lee Lenau, USN, KIA, USS Liberty

CTSN James Lee Lenau
January 9, 1947 – June 8, 1967

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Moon River and Black Ponies – My Year in Vietnam – Part 7 of 7

Naval Support Activity Detachment Dong Tam County:

The next day I received my new orders to Naval Support Activity Detachment Dong Tam on the My Tho River about 50 miles southwest of Saigon.  I would spend a month in Dong Tam monitoring the mobile riverine forces, including Seal Team assets, that staged from the boat basin just off the river. 

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Moon River and Black Ponies – My Year in Vietnam – Part 6 of 7

USS Hunterdon County:

I received orders to relieve a member of COMSEC Team 706A that was embarked on the USS Hunterdon County (LST-838), then located in the Gulf of Thailand near Ha Tien, the border town between South Vietnam and Cambodia. 

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Moon River and Black Ponies – My Year in Vietnam – Part 5 of 7

Mekong Delta/Cam Ranh Bay

The remnants of Team 3 were transported several miles down the river from Saigon to Naval Support Activity Nha Be where we would be doing COMSEC monitoring in the large operations center there.  The base was located at the junction of the Long Tau and Soi Rap Rivers that ran through the Rung Sat Special Zone to the South China Sea.  

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