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Re: 1st RSM in Korea
In a message dated 11/8/01 1:43:15 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< I wrote about the replacement of Det 1, 1st RSM by the 15th RSM (I think it
was in late 1951) in my article on COMINT in the Korean War published last
year in the journal "Intelligence and National Security." If you don't have
it, I will dig up my files and see what I can come up with.
I would really appreciate the article. I was with 1st RSM 1952-1954.
I am not familiar with "intelligence and National Security" journal but am
a long time subscriber to "Cryptologia" a quarterly journal published by the
Department of Mathematical Sciences, United States Military Academy.
Among other things I am trying to verify a story that a couple of 1st RSM
operatives parashooted into a reservoir under cover of night and helped
rescue a bunch of Marines. I don't know the time frame. I think the story is
true but I have never seen it confirmed. If so it would be an interesting
story, one of the many that has never been told :-). One of the guys I knew
and he was named Asa and was a southerner.