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LCDR Steven Cortez, IWTC Corry Station Instructor Receives Copernicus Award!

Lt. Cmdr. Stephen Cortez, an instructor at Information Warfare Training Command (IWTC) Corry Station, was honored as one of the 2022 Copernicus Award winners for his contributions supporting information warfare during the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s TechNet Cyber conference at the Baltimore Convention Center on Apr. 26.

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FY-23 ACTIVE-DUTY NAVY E8 AND E9 ADVANCEMENT SELECTION BOARDS RESULTS

Congratulations the those Senior Chiefs and Master Chiefs Selected! CTs are highlight in the following message:

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U.S. Naval Radio Station Point Loma, Imperial Beach Established, May 12, 1906

The Navy made San Diego part of its first radio communications network by establishing the Naval Radio Station, Point Loma on May 12, 1906, with a 5 kw transmitter in a small wood building on the Point Loma Military Reservation.

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Remembering CTICS (IW/EXW) Shannon Kent, KIA Manbij, Syria

CTICS (IW/EXW) Shannon Kent
May 11, 1983 – January 16, 2019

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Remembering CAPT George McGinnis, USN, Cryptologist

Captain George McGinnis
May 11, 1919 – October 11, 2006
American Naval Officer and Cryptologic Pioneer

Interview with Captain George McGinnis:

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Remembering CTM3 Matthew J. O’Bryant, KIA, Southwest Asia

CTM3 Matthew J. O’Bryant, KIA Southwest Asia
10 May 1986 – 20 September 2008

A 22-year-old sailor and an Air Force officer were among the more than 50 people killed in Saturday’s suicide bombing at a luxury hotel popular with foreigners in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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