Before Master Chief Port was a Force Master Chief (FORCM), he served as a Cryptologic Technician – Interpretive (CTI) for most his 30 years in the Navy.
Thank you for stopping by the Station Hypo blog and Facebook during 2017. The blog received over 135,000 visits for the year and Facebook has increased followership to over 900. We look forward to celebrating the past, present, and future of Navy Cryptology with you in 2018.
Team Station Hypo
The U.S. Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Galeta Island, Republic of Panama dates to 1925 when the Department of the Navy and the Panama Canal Company (PCC) jointly developed a radio compass station to provide lines of bearing to commercial and naval ships approaching the Atlantic terminus of the Panama Canal.
Continue reading “NSGA Galeta Island Republic Of Panama Closed, June 30, 1999. All DoD Depart December 31, 1999.”
Times have changed!
LT Robert F. Taylor was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 27, 1938, and graduated from DePaul University in 1963.
Continue reading “Remembering LT Robert F. Taylor, USN, KIA EC-121M Shoot down”
For those at sea, deployed, or on watch, thank you for your service!
For those fortunate to be home, enjoy this time with family and friends!
The Team at Station Hypo
Aviation Electronics Technician, Third Class David Monroe Willis, was born on December 22, 1946 in Los Angeles County, CA to Roy Arthur Willis and Margie Louise Everroad Willis Gillespie. Continue reading “Remembering ATN3 David Monroe Willis, KIA, EC-121, April 15, 1969”
Aviation Machinist’s Mate First Class Ballard Franklin Connors was born on December 21, 1942 in Floyd County Kentucky.
Continue reading “Remembering ADR1 Ballard Franklin Connors, KIA, EC-121”