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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology

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December 2017

Merry Christmas!

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!

Merry Christmas!

v/r

The Team at Station Hypo

Remembering ATN3 David Monroe Willis, KIA, EC-121, April 15, 1969

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”

Remembering ADR1 Ballard Franklin Connors, KIA, EC-121

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”

NSGD Guam Ceased Operations, December 31, 1999

The communication intelligence (COMINT) history of Guam dates from March 1929 with the establishment of a one-man intercept position. The initial intercept operator was sent to Guam from Shanghai, when that station was disestablished.
Continue reading “NSGD Guam Ceased Operations, December 31, 1999”

Remembering CDR Peter A. Mast, USN

CDR Peter A. Mast
December 16, 1947 – October 7, 1988

Continue reading “Remembering CDR Peter A. Mast, USN”

Remembering Rear Admiral Eugene S. Ince, Jr., 33rd Commander to Lead Navy Cryptologist

It is with sad news to report Rear Admiral Eugene S. Ince’s passed yesterday.  Rear Admiral Eugene S. Ince’s biography follows:
Continue reading “Remembering Rear Admiral Eugene S. Ince, Jr., 33rd Commander to Lead Navy Cryptologist”

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