Working in the sensitive side of the US Navy

Jay Lieberman talks about his early childhood memories of the Cold War as well as his long career in the US Navy.

He tells a fascinating story of how he obtained high security clearance in the US Navy and served at a number of classified command facilities including the 2nd Pentagon and the Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Facility, at Rota, Spain.

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Jay talks about his various postings, his security clearance and what it was like to have such a ringside view of the Cold War.

We welcome Jay Lieberman to our Cold War conversation…

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