National Cryptologic Museum and National Vigilance Park
NSA Museum and Vigilance Park
KWS calls for vigilance after Aberdare national park fire
Atlantic City (NJ), Fort Meade (MD) - USA coast to coast 2008 #06
The United States National Vigilance Park (NVP) was a memorial to the military servicemen who participated in aerial reconnaissance during the Cold War. Dedicated on September 2, 1997, NVP was located just one block from the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. It was previously open 24 hours a day for viewing. Military events connected with the Intelligence Community and/or personnel stationed at Ft. Meade or working at NSA were formerly scheduled through the National Cryptologic Museum (NCM), which is just one block west of the former park.