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Gentelmen,
[[Image:CYZ-10 DTD.jpg|thumb|AN/CYZ-10]]
 
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The '''[[AN (military)|AN]]/CYZ-10''', or '''Data Transfer Device (DTD)''' is an [[NSA]]-developed, portable, hand-held device capable of securely receiving, storing, and transferring data between compatible cryptographic and communications equipment. It is capable of storing 1,000 [[key (cryptography)|keys]], maintains an automatic internal audit trail of all security-relevant events that can be uploaded to the [[EKMS#Tier 2|LMD/KP]], encrypts key for storage, and is programmable. The DTD is capable of keying multiple information systems security ([[INFOSEC]]) devices and is compatible with such [[COMSEC]] equipment as Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System ([[SINCGARS]]) radios, [[KY-57]] VINSON, [[KG-84]], and others that are keyed by CFDs.
 
   
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Jason Gormally, LCPL., USMC
The DTD is designed to be fully compatible with future INFOSEC equipment meeting DS-101 signaling and [[benign fill]] standards. It will eventually replace the legacy family of common fill devices (CFDs), including the KYK-13, KYX-15 electronic storage devices, and the KOI-18 [[paper tape]] reader. Note that only the DTD and the KOI-18 support newer, [[key length|128-bit keys]].
 
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HQ CO. 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division,
 
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Camp Pendleton, CA, 92055
[[Category:Encryption device accessories]]