NSA/CSS 60th Anniversary Timeline - 1990s
- 1991 - Desert Storm
NSA provided key SIGINT support during this conflict.
- 1993 - National Cryptologic Museum
The Museum tells the story of the important role that cryptology has played throughout history.
- 1996 - National Vigilance Park
The Park features three aircraft used in aerial reconnaissance missions.
- 1999 - Lt Gen Hayden 100 Days of Change
This initiative encouraged free, frequent, and clear communications up and down the chain of command.
- BEACHCOMB Program Overview: History, Status, and Directions - 21 March 1991
- Memorandum, Director Studeman's Farewell to Employees - 08 April 1992
- USSID 1, SIGINT Operating Policy - 13 June 1994
- American Cryptology During Cold War 1945-1989, Book I: The Struggle for Centralization 1945-1960 - 1995
- Clinton Library: Letter National Security Medal for Admiral Studeman - 20 June 1995
- Communicator, Vol. III, No30 - 24 July 1995
- Clinton Library: Letter to VADM McConnell on Departure from NSA- 01 March 1996
- The Cryptologic Almanac 50th Anniversary Series, KAL-007: The SIGINT Perspective - 1997
- Cryptologic Almanac, Soviet Union's Invasion of Afghanistan 25 December 1979 - 24 February 1998
- Clinton Library: Letter National Security Medal for Lieutenant General Minihan - 17 March 1999
- Memorandum for the Chairman, Select Committee on Intelligence, Subject: Year 2000 Preparations - 02 August 1999
- New Enterprise Team, (NETeam) Recommendations, The Director's Work Plan for Change - 01 October 1999
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