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FOIA: 2/G11/VHN/R26-64 SIGINT Readiness Bravo Lantern Report Nr. 24

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posted on May, 19 2008 @ 01:46 AM
2/G11/VHN/R26-64 SIGINT Readiness Bravo Lantern Report Nr. 24
This is a report on communications of the DRV Navy.

Document date: 1964-08-06
Department: NSA Headquarters, Ft. Meade, MD (DIRNSDA)
Author: SIGINT; Phu Bai
Document type: Report
pages: 1


Archivist's Notes: This reports on DRV Naval communications that mentions an unidentified Naval (American) entity passed by the position of T122, T134 and T142 and gives coordinates

posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 12:02 AM
Title: 2/G11/VHN/R26-64; 060435Z Aug.

Subject: Gulf of Tonkin Documents Release 2

Comments: Sigint Readiness Bravo report, NR 24 ST 220;

Position of Consolidated DJV Naval forces.

Unidentified DVR Naval entity passed Anchorage positions of the following vessels;

T122- 20-55-23N, T134- at 20-55-29N,

Archivist Notes: Interesting to note that the DVR possibly made these passes without the knowledge that they were being monitored.

posted on Jun, 8 2008 @ 08:07 PM
This interception was made on august 6th, a few days after the Gulf of Tonkin Incident. The Gulf of Tonkin Incident caused the first large-scale involvement of U.S. armed forces in Vietnam.

Here are some additional links of reports made of intercepted enemy communications following the August 2nd event.

FOIA: 2/G11/VHN/R40-64 SIGINT Readiness Bravo Lantern Report Nr. 39
FOIA: 2/G11/VHN/R32-64 SIGINT Readiness Bravo Lantern Report Nr. 30
FOIA: 2/G11/VHN/R30-64 SIGINT Readiness Bravo Lantern Report Nr. 28
FOIA: 2/G11/VHN/R27-64 SIGINT Readiness Bravo Lantern Report Nr. 25
FOIA: 2/G11/VHN/R25-64 SIGINT Bravo Readiness Report Nr. 22

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 07:17 AM
i'm sorry, but i'm not quite understanding the importance of posting these documents here. while it's an interesting piece of history, the government, and the personal involved, come out years ago, and admitted that the gulf of tonkin incident never took place. that said, i appreciate the time, money, and effort put forth to retrieve these documents.

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