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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology

Remembering 28 Sailors Killed Onboard USS Enterprise (CVN 65)

An explosion aboard the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise kills 27 people in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on January 14, 1969. A rocket accidentally detonated, destroying 15 planes and injuring more than 300 people.

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The Great Military Rivalry: China vs the U.S. By Graham Allison Jonah Glick-Unterman

…..by focusing on the hard facts that are publicly available about most of the races, and listening carefully to the best expert judgments about them, it is clear that in the military rivalry with China, the U.S. has entered a grave new world.

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Justification for Distinguished Service Medal Award ICO CAPT Joseph Wenger

Prepared by Op-20G Committee for Board of Awards and
forwarded as Enclosure to CNC TOP SECRET Serial 0005P20.

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Command Slate

Our Flag leadership has approved the Command Slate, so please congratulate the following Officers who have been slated to assume Command this year as follows:

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Remembering RADM Richard D. Zern, USN, the 21st Commander to lead Navy Cryptologists

Rear Admiral Richard Dewey Zern, USN
January 10,1905 – February 22, 1958

Richard Dewey Zern was born in Viola, Illinois, on January 10, 1905, son of John G. and Nellie Dewey Zern. He attended Western Illinois State Teachers College for a year before entering the Naval Academy on 1 August 1923. He was graduated and commissioned Ensign on June 2, 1927.

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CT Rating Opens to Navy Women

After 18 years as a closed rate to Navy women, the Communications Technician rate has opened up.  Over the holiday leave period, SR Barbara Zich, SR Carol Frost, and SR Paulette Blake, reported aboard the Naval Communication Training Center (Corry Station) from RTC Orland for CT “A” (administrative branch school).

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