Station HYPO

Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Navy Cryptology


November 2021

The Gettysburg Address

On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered remarks, which later became known as the Gettysburg Address, at the official dedication ceremony for the National Cemetery of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, on the site of one of the bloodiest and most decisive battles of the Civil War.

The full text of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is as follows:

Continue reading “The Gettysburg Address”

Remembering CTTC (EXW/IDW/SW) Christian M. Pike, KIA, Afghanistan

Christian M Pike, CTTC (EXW/IDW/SW), USN
November 19, 1981 – March, 13 2013

Continue reading “Remembering CTTC (EXW/IDW/SW) Christian M. Pike, KIA, Afghanistan”

The Move to Fort Meade

Have you ever given any thought to living in Kentucky? How about Kansas City? Tulsa? Had conditions been just a little bit different, NSA could have ended up in anyone of those places instead of here at Fort Meade.

Continue reading “The Move to Fort Meade”

Remembering CAPT Lewis W. Comstock, 7th Commander to lead Naval Cryptologists

Captain Lewis Wells Comstock, USN
November 15, 1888 – June 8, 1975

Continue reading “Remembering CAPT Lewis W. Comstock, 7th Commander to lead Naval Cryptologists”

Sailor Returns to Corry Station

LT Romano Rumbawa returned to Corry Station to attend the Cryptologic Resource Coordinator (CRC) course in preparation for his next assignment as the Amphibious Squadron-SIX CRC. 

Continue reading “Sailor Returns to Corry Station”

Remembering The Fighting Sullivans

November 13, 1942, USS Juneau sank after being torpedoed during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. 687 sailors including the five Sullivan brothers lost their lives. The brothers became national heroes and were the subject of the 1944 movie “The Fighting Sullivans.” Two ships have been named in their honor. The wreck of the Juneau was found in 2018.

Continue reading “Remembering The Fighting Sullivans”

Website Powered by

Up ↑