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Remembering the USS LIBERTY (2 of 5)

The Torpedo Attack

When the jets realized they couldn’t sink Liberty, they called off the attack and left. Before the crew could breathe a sigh of relief, Captain McGonagle came over the intercom, ordering the crew to prepare for a torpedo hit, starboard side.
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Remembering the Crew of USS Liberty KIA, June 8, 1967

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Remembering the USS LIBERTY (1 of 5)

Today is 50 years since the unprovoked attack on the USS LIBERTY that killed 34 Americans and wounded 174.  This attack was the highest casualty rate ever inflicted on a U.S. naval vessel, with 7 out of every 10 crew members killed or injured! To remember this tragic event, StationHYPO is posting a five part series starting today.
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Remembering CTR1 (EXW) Michael J. Strange, KIA Afghanistan

Cryptologic Technician (Collection) 1st Class (EXW) Michael J. Strange hailed from the historic city of Philadelphia. Many rightfully consider the city of Boston as the “cradle of liberty”, but it is also true that the city on the banks of the Schuylkill River played a critical role in securing the nation’s freedom.
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Trident Cyber Vulnerabilities

We can learn a lot from our allies.  What is there to learn here?

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Path to Midway: “A Glorious Page in Our History” (Part 5 of 5)

“You who participated in the Battle of Midway today have written a glorious page in our history.  I am proud to be associated with you” — Admiral Chester W. Nimitz (June 4, 1942).
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