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December 2015

Shipboard Missions: May 1933 – June 1934

StationHYPO was contacted by a Corry Station Command Display/member of the NCVA concerning the “First National Collection Mission” post that was posted on December 16.  It was reported that the content in the reference used was incorrect.  In order to post quality content, StationHYPO has replaced the December 16 post with the following post.
Thank you CTRCM John “Gus” Gustafson, USN (RET) for your continued support!

Continue reading “Shipboard Missions: May 1933 – June 1934”

Application Period Opens for CNO Rapid Innovation Cell

Do you have an innovative idea for the IDC or the Navy in general?

The CNO Rapid Innovation Cell is taking applications. Continue reading “Application Period Opens for CNO Rapid Innovation Cell”

CID Unit Monterey Change of Command

Congratulations on a successful command tour CDR Slattery!

Best wishes, CDR Newsome, as you assume command!  Continue reading “CID Unit Monterey Change of Command”

The Future of… Wargaming

Midrats is running early today, 2pm Eastern. Would you like to play a game?
Posted by Phibian Salamander on Sunday, December 13, 2015

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Time to Specialize

We associate good IW officers (IWOs) as being well-rounded and diversified.   I believe there is a place for some officers to diversify throughout their career, but I also believe there is a need to specialize in cyber operations.   Continue reading “Time to Specialize”

Remembering the Crew and Cryptologists of Flight RG-407, December 12, 1971.

Ten Sailors gave their lives during the Vietnam War in the defense of their country while flying over the South China Sea on 12 December, 1971. The surviving family members directly petitioned the Navy, through official Navy channels, to have the names of their loved ones placed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, DC. Continue reading “Remembering the Crew and Cryptologists of Flight RG-407, December 12, 1971.”

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