Website provided by CTTCS (ret) Joe Glockner. Dedicated to preserving the proud and rich history of The Worldwide CT Community and Our Naval Security Group (11 March 1935 – 30 September 2005).
The Marine Corps Cryptologic Association (MCCA) is a non-profit fraternal organization dedicated to encouraging social camaraderie between current and former cryptologic Marines.
The mission of the Station HYPO blog is: To celebrate the past, present, and future of Naval Cryptology. The Vision of its contributors is: To post quality content that celebrates the history of Naval Cryptology, keeps members of the Cryptologic community up to date on current events and developments, and sparks discussion about our future.
CTRC William T. Craig, USN (Ret) and his wife, Sheila, maintain their Website primarily for their family. However, they have also photo-documented each reunion of the US NCVA since 2009. Revisit your reunion memories on their site!
This site was launched as a Virtual Reunion for us “Spook Riders” who shared too small spaces, for too long periods, while on Submarine Spec-Ops. Here we can share UNCLAS memories, find old buddies, and maybe even plan a Real Reunion.
On June 8, 1967, US Navy intelligence ship USS Liberty was suddenly and brutally attacked on the high seas in international waters by the air and naval forces of Israel. The Israeli forces attacked with full knowledge that this was an American ship and lied about it. Survivors have been forbidden for 40 years to tell their story under oath to the American public. The USS Liberty Memorial web site tells their story and is dedicated to the memory of the 34 brave men who died.
This Website is designed to assist both the casual viewer and the serious researcher in understanding the facts of the Incident, and to critically analyze those decisions that placed the ship in harms way and then failed to adequately support it. For most, simply learning the facts as told by the crew (and some others) will suffice. For more serious researchers, the intriguing questions and issues (of which there are many) are still unanswered, even today.
This Website is dedicated to all Naval Security Group CTs stationed at Naval Security Group Activity Taipei, Taiwan from the mid 1950s through 1977.
The Prop Wash Gang is a group of hundreds of current and former USAFSS, ESC, AFIC, and current AIA Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) reconnaissance flyers. The group was founded by LarryTart in conjunction with the establishment of Vigilance Park at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, where a memorial was erected in memory of C-130A tail number 60528, shot down by Russian fighter aircraft over Soviet Armenia in 1958.
Many Prop Wash Gang members participate in an active Yahoo Group Forum where they tell war stories, discuss current events, plan reunions and exchange recipes for grits. If you are a current or former SIGINT flyer and would like to join the Prop Wash Gang, send an email to Jimmy Mayer with a brief list of your duty assignment(s). If you have been out of the service for a while, please include your post service activities. We are also proud to have one former and one current U.S. Navy flyers in the group who participated or are participating in our missions.
The DLI Alumni Association is a non-profit organization in support of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLI or DLIFLC). The Association is open for membership to any faculty, staff, or student who has worked at DLIFLC or has attended any language program(s) at DLIFLC or its predecessors at any time since November 1941. We also accept Associate Membership from any individual or organization that supports the Association's mission.
The FTVA consists of both Active Duty and Civilian members of AF ISR Agency along with former Military/Civilians who were ever part of the USAF Security Service (USAFSS) and its successor commands/Agencies.
The National Army Security Agency Association is dedicated to preserving the history, memories, and friendships derived from serving in the Army Security Agency (ASA) during the years of its existence 1945 – 1976.
Founded in 1985, NIP is a nonprofit organization incorporated to enhance awareness of the mission and vital functions of the Naval Intelligence community, as well as to foster camaraderie among Naval Intelligence Professionals.
United States Naval Security Group Activity—USS GEORGETOWN AG-165/AGTR-2—“Progress Through Research”
This is the first unofficial site dedicated to the crews of USS Georgetown AGTR-2.