Good afternoon, I'm honored to talk about something that's on all of our minds. I'd like to talk about three main issues: the trouble of seeing China, America’s information instrument, and Taiwan, because that's where all roads ultimately lead.
Naval Intelligence has a long history of periodically using enlisted personnel in undercover counterintelligence cases as well as more mundane investigations.
Tracing the development of the Naval Intelligence (163X) and Air Intelligence (135X) Communities and their integration
This H-gram covers the first months of Operation Enduring Freedom and the decisive role played by carrier aviation and the Navy/Marine Corps team in the success of the operation.
From Sam Cox, Director of Naval History
This H-gram covers several epic battles between U.S. surface ships and U-boats, involving ramming and hand-to-hand combat, including the use of Coca-Cola bottles, coffee-mugs and pots, sheath knives, spent shell casings, flare pistols, hand grenades, shotguns and tommy guns as ASW weapons.
By Director of Naval History, Rear Admiral Sam Cox, U.S. Navy (Retired)
This H-gram continues the story of the U.S. Navy in Desert Storm, from March to June 1991.