This Internet site presents documentary and photographic evidence studies and findings, and various reference sources related to the June 8, 1967 attack on a U.S. Navy General Technical Research ship, USS Liberty (AGTR-5), by jet-fighter aircraft and motor torpedo boats of the air and naval armed forces of Israel, during the Arab-Israeli conflict known as the Six-Day War.
The findings herein are based primarily on a careful study of official documents and the application of common graphical analysis techniques to digitized photographs and data discovered within or in addition to documentary evidence.
The various analyses do not involve complex or advanced techniques or concepts, and can be easily reproduced by anybody interested. To a great extent, the analyses simply highlight significant details that a casual observer might miss.
The author of content herein is not an attorney nor a forensic scientist; but he has extensive education and experience in theoretical and applied science, electronic and radio systems technology, and computer and telecommunication systems with a Master of Science in Computer Science being the highest degree earned. Also, he served six years (1968 to 1974) in the U.S. Navy , as a Communications/Cryptologic Technician (CT) working at duty stations within the Naval Security Group command.