USS Pueblo Crises Service
and National Security Alert
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Pueblo Crises Service Display Recognition Inquiry
Telephone: 1-562-422-4100 (Pacific Time Zone)
Pueblo Crises Service
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Awarded For Service During the Crises Period 23 January 1968 To 13 February 1968
In December 1967 The Soviet Union directed the Communist Regime in North Korea to capture a KL-7 and higher grade cryptographic machines used by United States military. These machines were aboard the U.S.S. Pueblo, (AGER-2). On 23 January 1968 after two weeks of issuing fake radio broadcasts intended to lure the Pueblo closer to the North Korean shore. An attack by North Korea vessels in international waters alleging the Pueblo crossed over the twelve mile ocean boundary of North Korean, This incident provoked a crises of international magnitude alerting all United States forces worldwide to stand ready. Your Service During this Crises Period was Instrumental in preserving International Peace. President Lyndon Baines Johnson, Commander In Chief. The Cold War Medal applies.