Cuban Missile Crisis

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 19_MARCH_DIRNSA_PROPOSAL.PDFDIRNSA proposal to Navy concerning courier service
 19_JULY_DIRNSA_REQUEST.PDFDIRNSA request for temporary assignment of vessel to Cuban waters until a planned collection vessel is ready
 8_JANUARY_DIRNSA_REQUESTS_RESULTS.PDFDIRNSA requests results of hearability tests in Florida
 2_MAY_DRY_CARGO.PDFDry cargo shipments to and from Cuba in Soviet ships, 1 January - 31 March 1962
 22_JUNE_ELECTRONIC_INTERCEPTS.PDFElectronic intercepts in Cuban area
 13_APRIL_EXTENSION.PDFExtension of assignment of ASA analyst overseas
 6_JUNE_FIRST_ELINT.PDFFirst ELINT evidence of Scan ODD radar in Cuban area
 28_OCTOBER_FUNNEL_REPORTS.PDFFunnel reports revert to regular series
 25_SEPTEMBER_FURTHER_INFO.PDFFurther information on cargo shipments to Cuba in Soviet ships
 2_OCTOBER_FURTHER_INFO.PDFFurther information on cargo shipments to Cuba in Soviet ships
 11_OCTOBER_FURTHER_INFO.PDFFurther information on cargo shipments to Cuba in Soviet ships
 7_SEPTEMBER_FURTHER_INFO.PDFFurther information on Soviet/Cuban trade
 31_AUGUST_FURTHER_INFO.PDFFurther information on Soviet/Cuban trade
 23_OCTOBER_SUMMARY (1).PDFFurther information on unusually high level of CRAFT pilots active on 18 October
 7_AUGUST_FURTHER_UNUSUAL.PDFFurther unusual Soviet/Cuban trade relations recently noted
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