When Bill Huston was a Navy officer in Vietnam, he didn’t live on a ship and eat hot meals in the officers’ mess. Huston navigated a patrol boat through the serpentine waterways of the Mekong Delta and gathered intelligence on enemy activity. Hiding in dense jungle foliage, Huston’s team intercepted enemy radio messages, transmitted in Morse code. The officer listened in to coded enemy messages and translated for a fellow sailor, who transcribed the information. The intelligence was relayed to ground units in the area and used in tactical planning.
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