The practice of using codewords for SIGINT reports and other SIGINT material derived from the World War II use of the word “ULTRA” to mark the product of high-level cryptanalysis. Codewords were selected by agreement among the international partners.Continue reading “Codewords Used for SIGINT Reporting”
The NSG maintained a SIGINT facility at Sakata, in Yamagata Prefecture, approximately 300 miles north of Tokyo, facing the Sea of Japan, between 1956 and 1962.
With a .45-caliber pistol and extra ammunition strapped to his belt, Robert Kehoe could feel the weight of his parachute and rucksack, which was full of equipment and supplies for the impending mission.Continue reading “Robert Kehoe, ’Jedburgh’ radioman who jumped into Nazi-controlled France after D-Day, has died”
September 4, 1968, First broadcast of the “Star Trek” episode “The Enterprise Incident,” loosely based on the capture of the USS Pueblo (AGER-2).
For the United States, 1946 was, to paraphrase Dickens, the best of times and the worst of times. Continue reading “Remembering C-130 (SIGINT) Reconnaissance flight 60528, September 2, 1958”
Fire Onboard! The events of August 25, 1949 according to CT1 Austin: