Office of Naval Intelligence


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Synonyms for Office of Naval Intelligence

the military intelligence agency that provides for the intelligence and counterintelligence and investigative and security requirements of the United States Navy

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A representative from the Office of Naval Intelligence is on his way over with the full report.
Indeed, it has recently come to my attention that the volume is required reading for new analysts at the Office of Naval Intelligence.
He began working for the Office of Naval Intelligence in 1978 and gained a ``top secret'' security clearance a year later, court papers said.
The Far East Section of the Office of Naval Intelligence in Washington used the TESTMs, chronologies, and COMINT summaries to issue every Monday an estimate of Japanese ship locations.
Beginning in 1942, the Office of Naval Intelligence had established ties to imprisoned mobster Lucky Luciano.
Office of Naval Intelligence, and infantry commander and intelligence officer for the U.
Cronin was a graduate of Commerce High School in 1944 and started her career as a clerk typist in the Office of Naval Intelligence in Washington, D.
Vanyo has worked as an analyst at the Office of Naval Intelligence and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Reserve members of the Newport Office of Naval Intelligence Detachment, while not organizationally assigned to the College, are colocated with it to provide critical intelligence support to war gaming, analysis, and research.
For copies, contact the Office of Naval Intelligence Corporate Communications: 301-669-2084.
Frances was a graduate of Commerce High School in 1944 and started her career as a clerk typist in the Office of Naval Intelligence in Washington, D.
Her assignments included Deputy Director of the Human Resources Directorate at the Office of Naval Intelligence and the Intelligence Community Senior Detailer and Community Manager at the Bureau of Naval Personnel.
On March 1, 2013, the first day of National Women's History Month, the Hopper Information Services Center, Office of Naval intelligence, celebrated the life and legacy of Rear Adm.
He was deployed in the South Pacific in the Office of Naval Intelligence Japanese Language Division as a Japanese translator and had attained the rank of Lieutenant upon his discharge.
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