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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology

Early Direction Finding: ITEM

The Last CDAA Site Built
Field Guide to Coronado History:
Top Secret Station, Codename “ITEM”

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Early Direction Finding: From WWI Through the Cold War

Direction finding activities were pursued starting in World War One.  During the last few months of 1918 the Navy installed a rotating loop antenna at the Naval Radio Station, Bar Harbor, Maine.

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Agent Orange in Guam – By CTTCS Paul E Rickman, USN (Ret) (Guest Post)

In the summer of 1962, Vietnam was on the minds of almost all high school graduates and prospective employers.

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Remembering MGySgt Edward R. Storm CTC Robert S. Gates

While assigned to Detachment A NAVFAC Danang with Company L Marine Support Batt, both men died  when the CH46 they were flying in crashed in Quang Nam Province Vietnam

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Remembering FORCM Robert R. “Red” Adams

CTOCM(NAC) ROBERT R. “RED” ADAMS
UNITED STATES NAVY, RETIRED
December 25  1937 – January 15 2015

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HOLIDAY MESSAGE FROM SECDEF

R 192339Z DEC 18
FM SECDEF WASHINGTON DC
TO ALDODACT
INFO RUEKJCS/SECDEF COMMUNICATIONS WASHINGTON DC
BT
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