Friday, March 2, 2012

Cryptologic community, new technology - sound familiar??

As members of the cryptologic community, we are very much aware of the demands that new technology has placed upon the Naval Security Group. In order to do our jobs in today's Navy, we must learn things which, in the past, were thought of as being possible only in science fiction stories. 

Additionally, because of defense budget cuts and the resulting decreases in manpower authorizations, we now have to do an even bigger and more technical job than in the past-with less people. To help us with this task, we now have computers and other work-saving equipments which have proved to be very valuable. 

Also, our receivers are now built in such a manner that we can tie in several different types of equipment to save steps and, thus, do the job with less people and in a more efficient way.

NAVEDTRA 10251
Cryptologic Collection Equipment
1977

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why does your other post about great thinkers keep getting taken down?

Captain - Special Duty Cryptology said...

I keep re-thinking it. Sorry.

Justin Rogers ENS, USN (1170) said...

Encouraging, in a way, but we must press ahead with courageous impatience - in terms of 'beating the market expectation' as it were. Imagine the war fighting advantage a decision maker would have from the sail of a submarine with a pair of google glasses and some apps to go with it!

LCDRLDO/6440 said...

Ok. This giving me a flash back on PAR's and advancement exam questions. Pleast STOP IT!!!! :)