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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology

Honoring Reserve FORCM JON A. HENKE

Jon A. Henke was born in Belleville, Illinois on March 19. Master Chief Henke joined the U.S. Navy upon graduation from high school in 1976.

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NSGA Bainbridge Island, WA, Disestablished, March 15, 1953

In 1930, OP-20-G planners selected the 13th Naval District, which included Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, as well as Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, as a prospective location for two new intercept sites: Continue reading “NSGA Bainbridge Island, WA, Disestablished, March 15, 1953”

Navy Supplementary Radio Station, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, circa 1944

The above photograph was taken in front of a captured Japanese Navy Communications facility.  The U.S. Marines, 3rd Radio Intelligence Platoon took over the station and used as communications interception facility. Pictured are Marines and Navy Radio Intelligence personnel.

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Honoring FORCM Robert H. Anderson

Chief Robert Anderson’ s biography follows:

FORCM ROBERT H. ANDERSON III
UNITED STATES NAVY, RETIRED

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March 11, 1935, The Term “Group”

85 Years ago today the term “group” was first used to describe the navy security group organization.

The following is an email from VADM Jan Tighe (ret), as Fleet Cyber Command/Commander TENTH Fleet, (dated 2015)

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USS Gold Star (AK 12)

The world in 1948 was awash in a sea of scrap metal left over from World War II, and to ship breakers cutting up the old USS Gold Star she was just another piece of leaky iron monger which had outlived its usefulness.

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