Hi Charley, I was a Navy carrier/land pilot who flew over 100 electronic intelligence missions in the Far East during the Cold War during the late 1950s--sometimes we had to go into enemy airspace. Later I was head communications and top secret control officer for Mayport Naval Station (also a Naval Air Station) near Jacksonville, Florida, where I did cryptographic work. Then in 1962 I was a Russian Naval Interpreter during the Cuban Blockade operations on different destroyers, oilers, and cruisers, where I turned around several Russian and other ships carrying nuclear missiles into Cuba. I also vectored several Naval aircraft on their intelligence missions over Cuba. I plan to digitize my Russian interpreter notes since they should be declassified by now. That is about it! Glynn Harmon Professor School of Information n 1/24/2012 6:44 PM, Charles Seavey wrote: > Anybody out there besides me and Brooke Shannon spent any time in > intelligence work? Armed forces, CIA, whatever? > > charley > > Charles A. Seavey, Professor > School of Library and Information Management > Emporia State University > 1200 Commercial St. > Emporia KS, 66801 > 800-552-4770 (SLIM,) 620-341-5816 (direct) > [log in to unmask] > > Ranganathan Said It All!