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Navy linguist killed in Syria to be honored on memorial to code-makers and code-breakers

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A black granite wall inside the National Security Agency lists 176 military and civilian cryptologists — the code-makers and code-breakers that protect U.S. communications and crack adversaries’ systems — who’ve been killed in the line of duty since World War II.

Of those, 174 have been publicly named. Only two of them are women. https://www.stripes.com/news/navy-linguist-killed-in-syria-to-be-honored-on-memorial-to-code-makers-and-code-breakers-1.569545

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