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In the Spring 2019, CMSgt Al Gray was honored as an NCMF Benefactor for his contributions and support of the planned new National Cryptologic Museum.
Scouts at the 2019 World Jamboree are exploring the world of Cyber at the CCEI's interactive booth. From virtually visiting the NCM via the "Friedman" robot to solving puzzles in the Cyber Escape Room - the booth has been a big hit!
NCMF BoD member Elonka Dunin has been trying to crack the Kryptos Sculpture code for years. This special CNN video talks about Jim Sanborn's famous coded sculpture at the CIA and the people, such as Elonka Dunin, who are committed to solving it.
Thinkers and problem solvers are wanted for Series 2 of JHU-APL's CREATE Challenge. Check it out and Join today!
In May 2019, a special contingent of NSA and NCMF representatives visited 2018 Hall of Honor Inductee Dick Bernard in his home state to present him with his plaque and other items of gratitude for his invaluable contributions. Thank you to NSA for sharing photos of this special event.
Congratulations to the MD History Day recipients of the NCMF Special Awards. This year featured winners of the new Eugene J. Becker Award for Excellence in Cybersecurity & Cryptology, as well as the Maj Gen John E,. Morrison Award for Excellence and Innovation.
Many thanks to ALL who came out to celebrate with us at the 2019 Armed Forces & National Police Celebration on 18 May. Check out photos from a variety of the day's activities and events.
Dr. Terry Thompson provides us with a thorough and insightful review of the Mueller Report. He highlights the tremendous service provided by the Mueller investigation in regard to the cyber tactics, techniques, and procedures used by the Russians in a coordinated effort to sow discord in American public opinion and affect the 2016 elections.
Nisei members of the Military Intelligence Service were discriminated against by their own country—even as they worked to protect it.
Love solving puzzles & brain teasers? The JHU-APL invites you to participate in the CREATE Better Reasoning study.