Clue 1


If you need to, go ahead and flag down an expert.




Clue 2


Sea what I mean?




Clue 4


These are international maritime code/alphabet flags. The plaintext reads: "NWNNENSSSWEESNWWSENS."




Clue 3


Like ships, talking back and forth.




Clue 5


Those letters should provide adequate "direction" for you.




Clue 6


Use some information from the front of the card.




Solution


Using those directions on the letters around the border of the postcard's front side will give you the order to read them in. When arranged following those directions, the plaintext will read: "Password is palimpsest."





Clue 1


You'll want to break this down into more manageable units.




Clue 2


Each set of 2 (even if they create a straight line) is a single unit.




Solution


Using the semaphore signalling system, this pattern can be decoded to the plaintext: "Eric Kent."




Clue 3


We're back to ships and flags...




Clue 4


A little semaphore may help.





Clue 1


No need to keep this puzzle private. Does that give you a general idea?




Clue 2


This really puts the "alfa" in alphabet.




Solution


Using the NATO phoenetic alphabet names, you can pull a series of letters out of this paragraph. The plaintext reads: "Birch Lane."




Clue 3


See if NATO wants to foxtrot.





Clue 1


No need to keep this puzzle private. Does that give you a general idea?




Clue 2


This really puts the "alfa" in alphabet.




Solution


Using the NATO phoenetic alphabet names, you can pull a series of letters out of this paragraph. The plaintext reads: "Birch Lane."




Clue 3


See if NATO wants to foxtrot.





Clue 1


No need to keep this puzzle private. Does that give you a general idea?




Clue 2


This really puts the "alfa" in alphabet.




Solution


Using the NATO phoenetic alphabet names, you can pull a series of letters out of this paragraph. The plaintext reads: "Birch Lane."




Clue 3


See if NATO wants to foxtrot.





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