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Station HYPO, also known as Fleet Radio Unit Pacific (FRUPAC) was the United States Navy signals monitoring and cryptographic intelligence unit in Hawaii during World War II. It was one of two major Allied signals intelligence units, called Fleet Radio Units in the Pacific theaters, along withFRUMEL in Melbourne, Australia. The station took its initial name from the phonetic code at the time for "H", as in "Hawaii". The precise importance and role ofHYPO has been the subject of considerable controversy, reflecting internal tensions amongst US Navy cryptographic stations. - Source: Wikipedia

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