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Feb. 8, 2016
75th Anniversary of a Key U.S. Visit to Bletchley Park
The world's most important signals-intelligence liaison relationship began 75 years ago - between the United States and the United Kingdom - on February 8, 1941.
Oct. 1, 2015
In Discussion with Curt Dukes (IAD) - Overview of NSA's Cyber Security Mission
Discussions with Curt Dukes, IAD, about NSA's role in Cyber Security, and how NSA/IAD protect national security networks.
Sept. 16, 2015
Are You Up to the Challenge? NSA Issues the 2015 Codebreaker Challenge for College Students
Witness the annual Codebreaker Challenge to gain a better understanding of the agency's mission to defend and protect the nation.
Aug. 30, 2007
NSA/CSS Hawaii Groundbreaking Advances National Security
FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. —
The National Security Agency/Central Security Service broke ground for its new operations facility
Nov. 1, 2005
They're Short, They're Smart, They're Stylish… The CryptoKids Arrive at NSA.GOV!
Today the National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) announced its new and improved Internet Kids Page.
April 10, 2003
New SIGINT Director Announced to Lead Nation's Codebreakers
Lt Gen Michael V. Hayden, Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service (NSA/CSS), USAF, is pleased to announce the selection of Major General Richard J. Quirk III, USA, to fill the recently vacated position of Director for Signals Intelligence (SIGINT).
Nov. 1, 2002
National Security Agency Commemorates 50th Anniversary by Unveiling Exhibit at National Cryptologic Museum
Today the National Security Agency (NSA) publicly commemorated its 50th anniversary when Lt Gen Michael V. Hayden USAF Director National Security Agency/Chief Central Security Service unveiled a new exhibit at the National Cryptologic Museum.
National Security Agency (NSA) Celebrates Anne Arundel County Proclamation Naming November 4, 2002 "NSA Day"
November 4th 2002 has been named "NSA DAY" in Anne Arundel County by County Executive Janet S. Owens in a proclamation honoring "the National Security Agency its 'silent sentinels ' and its rich legacy of a half-century of service to our Nation and our community."
Oct. 29, 2002
National Security Agency's National Cryptologic Museum Unveils Exhibit Honoring NSA'S 50 Years of Service to America
On 1 November 2002 at 2:00 p.m. Lt Gen Michael V. Hayden USAF Director National Security Agency/Chief Central Security Service will cut the ribbon to unveil a new exhibit at the National Cryptologic Museum highlighting the Agency's half-century of providing and protecting America's most critical information.