Cryptologic Almanac 50th Anniversary Series

Cryptologic Almanac 50th Anniversary Series

The following documents have been released by the National Security Agency.

1996

Rosman Tracks on to the End
August 1996

1998

Baron Oshima’s Contributions
September 1998

2002

AFSAM-7
January – February 2002

Rear Admiral Earl Everett Stone: A Convert to Cryptologic Centralization
January – February 2002

The Central Security Service
January – February 2002

The Creation of NSA – Part 1: JOP
January – February 2002

The Creation of NSA – Part 1: AFSA
January – February 2002

The Creation of NSA – Part 1: The Brownell Committee
January – February 2002

The Effort to Create a Smokefree NSA
January – February 2002

The Korean War: The First Phase
January – February 2002

VENONA: An Overview
January – February 2002

William F. Friedman
January – February 2002

The Breaking of Geheimschreier
January-March 2003

The Necessary Invention: The Cryptologic Effort by the Philippine Guerrilla Army, 1944-1945
January-March 2003

Vint Hill Farms Station: 1942-1945 (USM-1)
January-March 2003

Days of BOURBON
January – February 2002

The World at the End of the War
January – February 2002

Three African-American Cryptologic Pioneers
January – February 2002

William Coffee
January – February 2002

Wilma Z. Davis
January – February 2002

A mission of great importance?: Recruiting Scientists and Mathematicians at NSA, circa 1960
March – April 2002

Betrayers of the Trust: Joseph Sidney Petersen
March – April 2002

Did Anyone Tell the President? Establishing the CRITICOMM System
March – April 2002

Dorothy Toplitzky Blum: A Pioneer Computer Scientist
March – April 2002

Dr. William D. Wray
March – April 2002

From Librarians to Leadership: Women at NSA
March – April 2002

Hungary, 1956: The Crisis That NSA Did Not Predict
March – April 2002

Joseph N. Wenger
March – April 2002

Madame X: Agnes in Twilight, The Last Years of the Career of Agnes Driscoll, 1941-1957
March – April 2002

Madame X: Agnes Meyer Driscoll and U.S. Naval Cryptology, 1919-1940
March – April 2002

Oscar Collins: A Successful Senior Executive
March – April 2002

SIGINT and the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley, November 1965
March – April 2002

The Last Days of the Enigma
March – April 2002

The Move to Fort Meade
March – April 2002

A Child of the Century: Washington Wong
May – June 2002

Betrayers of the Trust
May – June 2002

Francis A. Raven
May – June 2002

Hall of Honor Inductees for 2002
May – June 2002

Juanita Moody
May – June 2002

Louis W. Tordella
May – June 2002

Before Super-Computers: NSA and Computer Development
May – June 2002

Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
May – June 2002

Ralph J. Canine
May – June 2002

The TRS Program Part I: The Beginning
May – June 2002

The TRS Program Part II: The Capture of the Pueblo
May – June 2002

Update to Martin and Mitchell Article
May – June 2002

Vietnam: A SIGINT Paradox (Part I)
May – June 2002

Vietnam: A SIGINT Paradox (Part II)
May – June 2002

Collection and Processing at NSA
July – August 2002

From Spring, into a Long Winter’s Night: The Czechoslovakian Crisis of 1968 Part One
July – August 2002

From Spring, into a Long Winter’s Night: The Czechoslovakian Crisis of 1968 Part Two
July – August 2002

Lambros D. Callimahos, Part 1
July – August 2002

Lambros D. Callimahos, Part 2
July – August 2002

Quiz
July – August 2002

KAL-007: The SIGINT Perspective
September – October 2002

A Peek Behind the Scenes: The History of History at NSA (Part 1 of 3)
September-October 2002

A Peek Behind the Scenes: Special Functions In the CCH (Part 2 of 3)
September-October 2002

A Peek Behind the Scenes: Founding of the National Cryptologic Museum (Part 3 of 3)
September-October 2002

Richard A. Day: A Telecommunications Pioneer
September – October 2002

The Soviet Union’s Invasion of Afghanistan,
25 December 1979 – October 2002

Six Decades of Second Party Relations
January – February 2002

NSA’s Field Sites
March – April 2002

A Reconsideration of the Role of SIGINT during the Cuban Missile Crisis, October 1962
March – April 2002, Part 1

A Reconsideration of the Role of SIGINT during the Cuban Missile Crisis, October 1962
March – April 2002, Part 2

A Reconsideration of the Role of SIGINT during the Cuban Missile Crisis, October 1962
March – April 2002, Part 4

Essential for Morale of the Workforce
July – August 2002

The Formation of NSOC
July – August 2002

Nothing Left to Give Up: SIGINT and the Fall of Saigon, April 1975
July – August 2002, Part 1

Nothing Left to Give Up: SIGINT and the Fall of Saigon, April 1975
July – August 2002, Part 2

Operation Billy Budd: NSA and the U.S. Army’s Secret
July – August 2002

The Yom Kippur War of 1973 (Part One)
July – August 2002

The Yom Kippur War of 1973 (Part Two)
July – August 2002

Dining at NSA
September – October 2002

The Time of Investigations
September – October 2002, Part 1

The Time of Investigations
September – October 2002, Part 2

A Brief Look at ELINT at NSA
November – December 2002

Night of the Living Coup: The 18/19 August 1991 Coup in Moscow
November – December 2002

No Such Agency
November – December 2002

NSA’s First Inspector General
November – December 2002

The First Round: NSA’s Effort against International Terrorism in the 1970s
November – December 2002

Velva Klaessy
November – December 2002

2003

Luna 9, the First Soft Landing on the Moon
January – March 2003

The Pre-Pre-Modern Era
January – March 2003

J. Rives Childs
April – June 2003

Save the Bismarck! German Communications Intelligence Support to Operations Rheinubung May 1941
April – June 2003

SIGINT Support to the White House
April – June 2003

The Longest Search: The Story of the Twenty-one-Year Pursuit of the Soviet Deep Space Data Link
April – June 2003

 

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