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What is the mission of PACOM?
US Pacific Command protects and defends, in concert w/other US Gov. Agencies, the territory of the U.S.A., its people, and its interests. Committed to enhancing stability in the Asian Pacific region by promoting security cooperation, encouraging peaceful development, responding to contigencies, deterring aggression, and if necessary, fighting to win.
What are the Component Commands of USPACOM?
USPACOM is one of six Unified Combatant Commands of the United States Armed Forces. Commander, U.S. Pacific Command (CDRUSPACOM) is the senior U.S. military authority in the Pacific Command AOR. CDRUSPACOM reports to the President of the United States through the Secretary of Defense and is supported by four component commands: U.S. Pacific Fleet, U.S. Pacific Air Forces, U.S. Army Pacific, and U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific.
State the Mission of the Navy
The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
What is the location of USPACOM?
These commands are headquartered in Hawai’i and have forces stationed and deployed throughout the region.
What is the mission statement of US EUROPEAN COMMAND (EUCOM)
The U.S. European Command conducts military operations and builds partner capacity to enhance transatlantic security and defend the homeland forward.
What is the location of US EUROPEAN COMMAND (EUCOM)
Headquarters EUCOM initially shared the I.G. Farben Building in Frankfurt, Germany, with Headquarters U.S. Army, Europe. In 1954 the headquarters moved to Camp des Loges, a French Army base west of Paris and a short distance from SHAPE.
What are the component commands of US EUCOM?
U.S. Army, Europe
U.S. Air Forces in Europe
U.S. Naval Forces Europe
U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Europe
U.S. Special Operations Command, Europe
What is the mission statement of US JOINT FORCES COMMAND (JFCOM)?
The United States Joint Forces Command provides mission-ready joint-capable forces and supports the development and integration of joint, interagency, and multinational capabilities to meet the present and future operational needs of the joint force
What are the component commands of US JOINT FORCES COMMAND (JFCOM)?
•Forces Command, Ft. McPherson, Ga (Army)
•Marine Forces Command, Norfolk, Va (Marine Corps)
•U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Norfolk, Va (Navy)
•Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Va. (Air Force)
What other commands also focus on specific knowledge areas important to the continued transformation of the U.S. military.
•Joint Warfighting Center, Suffolk, Va.
•Joint Systems Integration Center, Suffolk, Va
•Joint Transformation Command for Intelligence, Norfolk, Va.
•Joint Warfare Analysis Center, Dahlgren, Va.
•Joint Communications Support Element, MacDill AFB, Fla.
•Joint Public Affairs Support Element, Suffolk, VA
•Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, Ft. Belvoir, Va.
•Joint Deployment Training Center, Fort Eustis, Va.
•Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team (JFIIT)Eglin AFB, Fla.
•Special Operations Command - Joint Forces Command Norfolk, Va.
•Joint Enabling Capabilities Command, Suffolk, VA.
What is the location of US JOINT FORCES COMMAND (JFCOM)
U.S. Joint Forces Command's (USJFCOM) Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC) in Suffolk, Va. coordinates the military's overall joint training efforts to ensure it is the most advanced and powerful force in the world.
What is the mission statement of US SOUTHERN COMMAND?
The United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) is one of ten unified Combatant Commands (COCOMs) in the Department of Defense. It is responsible for providing contingency planning, operations, and security cooperation for Central and South America, the Caribbean (except U.S. commonwealths, territories, and possessions), Cuba; as well as for the force protection of U.S. military resources at these locations. SOUTHCOM is also responsible for ensuring the defense of the Panama Canal and canal area.
What is the location of US SOUTHERN COMMAND
The United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), located in Miami, Florida.
What do the component commands of US SOUTHERN COMMAND accomplish?
US SOUTHCOM accomplishes much of its mission through its service components, four representing ‎each service and one specializing in Special Operations missions
What are the Component Commands of US SOUTHERN COMMAND?
U.S. Army South
12 AF (Air Forces Southern)
U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command / U.S. 4th Fleet
U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South
Special Operations Command South
Joint Task Force Bravo, Soto Cano Air Base
Joint Task Force Guantanamo
Joint Interagency Task Force South
Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies (CHDS)
What is the location of US CENTRAL COMMAND (CENTCOM)
CENTCOM's main headquarters is located at MacDill Air Force Base, in Tampa, Florida, although a forward headquarters has also been established since 2002 at Camp As Sayliyah in Doha, Qatar to serve American strategic interests of the Iraq region.
What is the mission statement of US CENTRAL COMMAND (CENTCOM)
With national and international partners, U.S. Central Command promotes cooperation among nations, responds to crises, and deters state and nonstate aggression,and supports development and, when necessary, reconstruction in order to establish the conditions for regional security, stability, and prosperity.
What are the Component Commands of US CENTRAL COMMAND (CENTCOM)?
•U.S. Army Forces Central Command (ARCENT)
•U.S. Air Forces Central (AFCENT)
•U.S. Marine Forces Central Command (USMARCENT)
•U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (USNAVCENT)
•United States Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT)
What is the mission statement of US NORTHERN COMMAND (NORTHCOM)?
is to protect the United States homeland and support local, state, and federal authorities
What is the location of US NORTHERN COMMAND (NORTHCOM)?
US NORTHCOM is composed of several standing Joint Task Forces (JTFs) previously assigned to United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM): Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region, Joint Task Force-Civil Support, Joint Task Force Alaska, and Joint Task Force North. USNORTHCOM service components include U.S. Fifth Army/ARNORTH, First Air Force/AFNORTH, MARFORNORTH, and United States Fleet Forces Command.
Headquarters located at Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
What are the component Commands of US NORTHERN COMMAND (NORTHCOM)
US NORTHCOM is composed of several standing Joint Task Forces (JTFs) previously assigned to United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM): Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region, Joint Task Force-Civil Support, Joint Task Force Alaska, and Joint Task Force North. USNORTHCOM service components include U.S. Fifth Army/ARNORTH, First Air Force/AFNORTH, MARFORNORTH, and United States Fleet Forces Command.
What is the mission of US SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMSND (SOCOM)?
Provide fully capable Special Operations Forces to defend the United States and its interests. Synchronize planning of global operations against terrorist networks.
What is the location of US SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMSND (SOCOM)?
US SOCOM is headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.
What are the component Commands of US SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMSND (SOCOM)?
•United States Air Force Special Forces Command
•United States Army Special Forces Command
•United States Navy Special Forces Command
•United States Marine Corp Special Forces Command
What is the mission of US TRANSPORTATION COMMAND (TRANSCOM)?
Develop and direct the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise to globally project strategic national security capabilities; accurately sense the operating environment; provide end-to-end distribution process visibility; and responsive support of joint, U.S. government and Secretary of Defense-approved multinational and non-governmental logistical requirements.
What is the location of US TRANSPORTATION COMMAND (TRANSCOM)?
United States Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinios
What are the component Commands of US TRANSPORTATION COMMAND (TRANSCOM)?
•Surface Deployment and Distribution Command(SDDC)
•Military Sealift Command(MSC)
•Air Mobility Command(AMC)
What is the location of US STRATEGIC COMMAND (STRATCOM)?
Offutt Air Force Bas near Omaha, Nebebraska
What is the mission of US STRATEGIC COMMAND (STRATCOM)?
Promotes global security for America by deterring attacks on US vital interests and defending the nation should deterrence fail. Leading, planning, and executing strategic deterrence operations. Ensuring US freedom of action in space and cyberspace. Delivering integrated kinetic and non-kinetic effects in support of US Joint Force Commanders. Synchronizing global mission defense plans and operations. Synchronizing regional combating of weapons of mass destruction plans. Planning, integrating, and coordinating ISR in support of strategic and global operations, as directed. Advocating for capabilities as assigned
What are the component Commands of US STRATEGIC COMMAND (STRATCOM)?
•US Army Forces Strategic Command(ARSTRAT)
•Fleet Forces Command
•Marine Corps Forces U.S. Strategic Command(MARFORSTRAT)
•Air Force Space Command(AFSPC)
What is the mission statement of US AFRICA COMMAND (AFRICOM)?
United States Africa Command, in concert with other U.S. Government agencies and international partners, conducts sustained security engagement through military-to-military programs, military-sponsored activities, and other military operations as directed to promote a stable and secure African environment in support of U.S. foreign policy.
What are the component commands of US AFRICA COMMAND (AFRICOM)?
•USAFRICOM
•NAVAF
•AFAFRICA
•MARFORAF
•SOCAAFRICA
•USARAF
•CJTF-HOA
•ECOWAS
What is the location of US AFRICA COMMAND (AFRICOM)?
AFRICOM is currently located in Stuttgart, Germany.
What is PACOM's AOR( Area of Responsibiltiy)?
Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kiribati, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nauru, Nepal, New Zealand, North Korea, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Vietnam
What is EUCOM's AOR (Area of Responsibiltiy)?
Its area of focus covers 21 million square miles and 51 countries and territories, including Europe, Iceland, Greenland, and Israel.
What is US SOUTHCOM AOR( Area of Responsibiltiy)?
includes the land mass of Latin America south of Mexico; the waters adjacent to Central and South America; the Caribbean Sea, its 12 island nations and European territories; the Gulf of Mexico; and a portion of the Atlantic Ocean. It encompasses 32 countries (19 in Central and South America and 12 in the Caribbean) and covers about 15.6 million square miles. The region represents about on e-sixth of the landmass of the world assigned to regional unified commands.
What is CENTCOM's AOR(Area of Responsibiltiy)?
Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, U.A.E., Uzbekistan, Yemen.
What is US NORTHCOM's AOR (Area of Responsibiltiy)?
includes air, land and sea approaches and encompasses the continental United States, Alaska, Canada, Mexico and the surrounding water out to approximately 500 nautical miles. It also includes the Gulf of Mexico, the Straits of Florida, portions of the Caribbean region to include The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The commander of USNORTHCOM is responsible for theater security cooperation with Canada, Mexico, and The Bahamas.
What is AFRICOM's AOR (Area of Responsibiltiy)?
AFRICOM is responsible for the entire continent of Africa, except Egypt, and the surrounding islands. AFRICOM’s area of responsibility (AOR) will include an area that includes about 35 percent of the world’s land mass and 25 percent of its population. The African continent was divided among three combatant commands: U.S. European Command, U.S. Central Command and U.S. Pacific Command. US Central Command had responsibility for Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia and Kenya
What are type Commanders?
The CinC Atlantic Fleet and CinC Pacific Fleet function in both the administrative and operational commands. These second-echelon commanders have responsibility for the readiness of their forces, which includes maintenance and logistics as well as the assignment and training of their personnel.
The two Fleet Commanders-in-Chief has five subordinate "type" commanders who supervise specific categories of forces and activities. What are they?
Naval Air Force, Naval Surface Force, Submarine Force, Training Command, and a Naval Construction Brigade.
To provide support to ships, aircraft and units what do the subordinate type commanders do?
Type commanders primarily supervise personnel, training, logistics, maintenance, and any support neccessary.
Who is Informations Operations TYCOM?
RDML Margaret D. Klein, Informations Operations TYCOM
Who does NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND (NETWARCOM) support?
Deliver integrated cyber mission capabilities in Information Operations, Intelligence, Network Operations and Space that enable warfighters across the full range of military operations. Provide highly trained forces, interoperable and well maintained equipment, and clear processes and governance.
What is the location of NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND (NETWARCOM)?
Naval Network Warfare Command, Norfolk, Virginia
How does NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND (NETWARCOM) support the Navy?
By ensuring our leaders have the information, mechanisms, and technology to make rapid and well-informed effects-based decisions, to degrade our enemies’ decision capabilities, and to influence the decision-making of others in all phases of operations.
What is the NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND (NETWARCOM) Chain of Command?
• Commander- VADM H. Denby Starling II
• Vice Commander- RADM Edward H. Deets III
•Deputy Commander- Mr. Terry Halvorsen
•Operations Officer- RDML Margaret D. Klein
•Chief of Staff- CAPT Mary L Anderson
•Force Master Chief- FORCM(SS/AW/SW) Charles Dassance
•Command Master Chief- CMDCMC(SW/AW) Gordon Brightbill
What is the mission statement of NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND (NETWARCOM)?
NETWARCOM is responsible and accountable for coordination and direction on all matters for Information Operations (IO) and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) to include Electronic Warfare (EW), Psychological Operations (PSYOP), Military Deception (MILDEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), and Computer Network Operations (CNO).
Define what CTI's are responsibile for.
Cryptologic Technicians (Interpretive) (CTI) conduct Information Operations (IO) using foreign language skills and advanced computer systems; collect, analyze, and exploit foreign language communications signals of interest to identify, locate, and monitor worldwide threats; control and safeguard access to classified material and information systems; transcribe, translate, and interpret foreign language materials; prepare time-sensitive tactical and strategic reports; and provide cultural and regional guidance in support of Joint, Fleet (special operations, air, surface, and subsurface), national, and multi-national consumers
Define what CTM's are responsibile for.
Cryptologic Technicians (Maintenance) (CTM) perform preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical and electronic cryptologic and ancillary systems used for communications, analysis, monitoring, tracking, recognition and identification, electronic attack, and physical security; install, test, troubleshoot, repair or replace cryptologic networks, physical security systems, electronic equipment, antennas, personal computers, auxiliary equipment, digital and optical interfaces, and data systems; configure, monitor, and evaluate Information Operations (IO), Information Warfare (IW) systems, and Information Assurance (IA) in support of national and fleet tasking; manage mission organizational level maintenance; coordinate repair of command, control, communications, computer and intelligence systems; and prepare reports and inventories of equipment.
Define what CTN's are responsibile for.
Cryptologic Technicians (Networks) (CTN) monitor, identify, collect and analyze information; provide data for digital network products; and conduct computer network operations worldwide to support Navy and Department of Defense national and theater level missions. Duties include, but are not limited to, network target development; Indications and Warning (I&W); Attack Sensing and Warning (AS&W); network, software and forensic analysis; and Computer Network Defense (CND) operations.
Define what CTR's are responsibile for.
Cryptologic Technicians (Collection) (CTR) operate state-of-the-art computer systems to conduct Information Operations; collect, analyze and exploit signals of interest to identify, locate and report worldwide threats; control and safeguard access to classified material and information systems; and provide tactical and strategic signals intelligence, technical guidance, and information warfare support to surface, subsurface, air, special warfare units, and national consumers to maintain information dominance
Define what CTT's are responsibile for.
Cryptologic Technicians (Technical) (CTT) operate and maintain electronic sensors and computer systems; collect, analyze, exploit, and disseminate Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) in accordance with fleet and national tasking; provide safety of platform, Indications and Warning (I&W), and Anti-Ship Missile Defense (ASMD); and provide technical and tactical guidance to Warfare Commanders and national consumers in support of surface, subsurface, air, and special warfare operations.
Define what IT's are responsibile for.
Information System Technicians perform core and specialty functions of Communications Operations, Message Processing, Network Administration and Security.
In the area of Communications Operations, IT Technicians establish, monitor, and maintain radio frequency (RF) communications systems both ashore and afloat. Specifically, they plan, coordinate establishment, monitor, troubleshoot, and restore classified and unclassified RF communication systems that support exchange of voice, data, video and imagery using terrestrial or satellite VLF, LF, MF, HF, VHF, UHF, SHF and EHF frequency spectrums afloat and ashore. Additionally, specialists in this area may perform spectrum management - coordinate and generate frequency assignments for use within area of responsibility, assess the impact of new frequency requirements upon the existing radio frequency environment, maintain a history of interference incidents and frequency employment files, initiate action as appropriate to prevent and/or correct harmful interference, and resolve joint and space interference.
What is the purpose of the CID?
Purpose - In support of Sea Power 21 Force Net objectives, the Center for Information Dominance (CID) Corry Station CID exists to provide the fleet with optimally trained Sea and Joint Force Warriors who will create a tactical advantage for mission success in the information domain. To this end, CID's mission is to deliver the right training, at the right time and place, utilizing technology, innovation, and science of learning.
What is a Task Force (TF) and what does it do?
Task Force (TF) is a unit or formation established to work on a single defined task or activity. Originally introduced by the United States Navy, the term has now caught on for general usage and is a standard part of NATO terminology. Many non-military organizations now create "task forces" or task groups for temporary activities that might have once been performed by ad hoc committees.
What is a Task Group (TG) and what does it do?
Task Group (TG) is a component of a naval task force organized by the commander of a task force or higher authority.
What is a Task Unit (TU) and what does it do?
Task Unit (TU) is a component of a naval task group organized by the commander of a task group or higher authority.
What is a Task Element (TE) and what does it do?
Task Element (TE) is a component of a naval task unit organized by the commander of a task unit or higher authority.
What is the mission statement of the Afloat Training Group (ATG)?
Mission Statement - We provide dynamic, quality afloat training to Navy and Coast Guard Sailors to ensure a combat ready force capable of performing a broad spectrum of maritime missions. Special emphasis is placed on training ships’ training teams, special evolution teams and watch teams to institutionalize the onboard capability to sustain and improve combat readiness throughout an employment cycle.
What is the mission statement of NCTAMS LANT?
NCTAMS LANT is to provide classified and unclassified voice, messaging, data and video to ships, submarines, aircraft and ground forces operating worldwide in support of Naval and joint missions.
What is the location of NCTAMS LANT?
Norfolk, VA
What is the mission statement of NCTAMS PAC?
NCTAMS PAC delivers and operates a reliable, secure and battle-ready Navy network, providing sustained information superiority to Navy, Joint and Coalition warfighters in the Pacific and Indian Ocean areas of responsibility.
What is the location of NCTAMS PAC?
Wahiawa, Hawaii
What is the mission statement of NCTS Far East?
We are the warfighters who provide reliable and secure communications and information technology services critical to the success of the Far East region.
What is the location of NCTS Far East?
Mission Statement - We are the warfighters who provide reliable and secure communications and information technology services critical to the success of the Far East region
What is the mission statement of NCTS Guam?
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NCTS), Guam provides assured command and control, fleet communications, computer and Base Communication services (voice, data and video), to Navy Joint, and Allied forces and their support elements operating in NCTS Guam Area of Responsibility (AOR). Proven Experts in all realms of Information Technology and Communications directly supporting today’s unique War Fighters.
What is the mission statement of NCTS San Diego
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, San Diego, California, serve the finest fleet and waterfront customers in the world. We bring Information Technology and Information Warfare to our region by working together. Each person brings something very special and unique. By listening to what War fighters need, applying good job ethics to give prompt and efficient service, and positioning ourselves to gain best advantage of emerging technology, we are the leaders bringing information to the 21st Century.
What is the mission statement of NCTS Bahrain?
Provides secure and reliable, classified and unclassified, voice, video and data telecommunications to surface, subsurface, air and ground forces in support of operations and exercises to U.S. Naval, Joint and Coalition operating forces in the Central Command Theater of operation.
What is the mission statement of NCTS Jacksonville?
Provide secure and reliable, classified and unclassified, voice, messaging and data telecommunications to surface, subsurface, air and ground forces in support of Command, Control, Computer, Communications, and Intelligence (C4I) for real-world operations and exercises to U.S. Naval, Joint, Inter-Agency and Coalition operating forces in the Southern and Northern Command theaters of operation.
What is the mission statement of NCTS Naples?
Mission Statement - It is the goal and objective of Naval Computer and Telecommunications Stations (NCTS) Naples, Italy to provide superior telecommunications connectivity, Network Security through Information Assurance in support and execution of our mission.
What is the mission statement of NCTS Sicily?
Mission Statement - The mission of U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunication Station Sicily [NCTS Sicily] is to provide command, control, communication, computer, base level information infrastructure services and customer assistance to Naval Air Station, Sigonella, its tenant activities, multi-national forces and other Department of Defense customers.
What is the mission statement of NSAG?
Mission Statement - continues to provide Information Warfare and Cryptologic support to Fleet and Joint Force Commanders as well as NSA/CSS Georgia.
What is the mission statement of NSAT?
NIOC Texas is commissioned to support crypotologic and information operations at multi-Service National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) Texas. NSA/CSS Texas serves as a joint service facility established by the Director, National Security Agency, to conduct continuous security operations on selected targets in support of national and war fighter intelligence requirements using the latest technologies.
What is the mission statement of NIOC Hawaii?
Mission Statement – NSA/CSS Hawaii assures a decisive information advantage for our nation and allies to preempt, disrupt, or defeat adversaries and to protect our national interests by conducting relevant signals intelligence, information assurance and network warfare operations.
What is the mission statement of NIOC Colorado
Mission Statement – Provide continuous, global information for our nation and its allies to inform, warn and protect.
What is the operating area for the SECOND FLEET?
ATLANTIC
What is the operating area for the THIRD FLEET?
EASTERN PACIFIC
What is the operating area for the FOURTH FLEET?
SOUTH ATLANTIC
What is the operating area for the FIFTH FLEET?
ARABIAN GULF & INDIAN OCEAN
What is the operating area for the SIXTH FLEET?
MEDITERRANEAN
What is the operating area for the SEVENTH FLEET?
WESTERN PACIFIC
What is the mission statement for the Defense Informaiton System Agency?
Mission Statement – DISA, a Combat Support Agency, engineers and provides command and control capabilities and enterprise infrastructure to continuously operate and assure a global net-centric enterprise in direct support to joint warfighters, National level leaders, and other mission and coalition partners across the full spectrum of operations.
What is the mission statement for the Defense Communicaitons System (DCS)?
The Defense Communications System (DCS) exists to support the three military departments (Navy, Army, Air Force) and other Department of Defense activities. The circuits that make up the DCS are government-owned or leased and are point-to-point circuits that are long-haul and worldwide. The DCS combines many of the communication elements of the
three military forces into a single communications system.
What is the mission statement for the Telecommunicaitons Service Order (TSO)?
Used to authorize the start, change, or discontinue circuits, trunks, links, or systems.
What is the mission statement for the Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA)?
An Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) is an announcement of a computer application software or operating system vulnerability notification in the form of alerts, bulletins, and technical advisories identified by DoD-CERT, a division of the Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations. These selected vulnerabilities are the mandated baseline, or minimum configuration of all hosts residing on the GIG. JTF GNO analyzes each vulnerability and determines if is necessary or beneficial to the Department of Defense to release it as an IAVA. Implementation of IAVA policy will help ensure that DoD Components take appropriate mitigating actions against vulnerabilities to avoid serious compromises to DoD computer system assets that would potentially degrade mission performance.
What is the mission statement for the Telecommunicaitons Service Request (TSR)?
Initiates additions, deletions, or changes from the originating command to existing Defense Communications System (DCS) circuits.
What else are accomplished by IAVA's?
The COCOMs, Services, and Agencies and field activities are required to implement vulnerability notifications in the form of alerts, bulletins, and technical advisories. US STRATCOM has the authority to direct corrective actions, which may ultimately include disconnection of any enclave, or affected system on the enclave, not in compliance with the IAVA program directives and vulnerability response measures (i.e. communication tasking orders or messages). US STRATCOM and JTF GNO will coordinate with all affected organizations to determine operational impact to the DoD before instituting a disconnection.
What is the purporse of the Joint Task Force – Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO)?
The Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) directs the operation and defense of the Global Information Grid to assure timely and secure Net-Centric capabilities across strategic, operational, and tactical bounderies in support of DoD’s full spectrum of war fighting, intelligence, and business missions.
What is the purporse of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC)?
Mission Statement – The all-source analysts at NASIC provide integrated assessments and tailored intelligence products and services that satisfy a wide range of customer needs, regardless of complexity. NASIC provides intelligence directly to operational military units, national and DoD decisionmakers and the research and acquisition community, which develops and sustains US air and space capabilities. The combat effectiveness and survivability of advanced weapons and support systems, both in the field and in development, depend on the accuracy of NASIC intelligence. NASIC assessments are an important factor in shaping national security and US defense policies. NASIC personnel also support weapons treaty negotiations and verification as the DoD experts on foreign air and space capabilities. The National Air and Space Intelligence Center develops its products by analyzing all sources of information and intelligence data available to the US Intelligence Community to determine foreign air and space capabilities, as well as weapon system performance, vulnerabilities, employment, and proliferation. Center responsibilities cover the full range of air and space systems and technologies, including aircraft; ballistic missiles with a range greater than 1,000 kilometers; space systems; radars; electronic and electro-optic countermeasures; command, control, communications, and information systems; and integrated air defense systems.
What is the Global INformation Grid (GIG)?
The Global Information Grid1 (GIG) consists of information capabilities – information2, information technology (IT), and associated people and processes that support Department of Defense (DoD) personnel and organizations in accomplishing their tasks and missions – that enable the access to, exchange, and use of information and services throughout the Department and with non-DoD mission partners3. The principal function of the GIG is to support and enable DoD missions, functions, and operations. Therefore, the way that DoD warfighters, business and intelligence personnel operate
What is the mission of the Defense Intelligence Agency?
Mission Statement – Provide timely, objective, and cogent military intelligence to warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national security policymakers.
What is the mission of the Office of Naval Intelligence?
ONI produces meaningful maritime intelligence and moves that intelligence rapidly to key strategic, operational, and tactical decision-makers.

Our integrated workforce of civilians, active duty and Reserve naval professionals supports combat operations and provide vital information for planning America’s defense against maritime threats at home and around the world. We produce maritime intelligence on seaborne terrorism, weapons and technology proliferation, narcotics and smuggling activities that directly supports joint warfighters, the U.S. Navy, civil and national decision makers and agencies.

ONI is a core element of Global Maritime Intelligence Integration whose goal is complete Maritime Domain Awareness.
State the mission of the Navy.
The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.