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Captain Brian Taddiken and Lieutenant Kirsten Krock, U.S. Navy, discuss how 66 years ago one of the Navy’s most secretive community began. It went by the code word SOSUS—“Sound Surveillance System.” A new front line in the Cold War, SOSUS operators had one mission: FIND SUBMARINES.
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Former Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly talks about his tenure in the job with a focus on his firing of Captain Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71).
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