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Naval Network Warfare Command

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Naval Network Warfare Command

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Naval Network Warfare Command
112 Lake View Parkway 
Suffolk,Virginia 23435


Quarterdeck: (757) 203-5900
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Naval Network Warfare Command's Mission

Naval Network Warfare Command’s mission is to execute tactical-level command and control of Navy Networks and to leverage Joint Space capabilities for Navy and Joint Operations.

Operate the Navy’s networks to achieve effective command and control through optimal alignment, common architecture, mature processes and functions, and standard terminology.

Enhance network security posture and improves IT services through standardized enterprise-level management, network information assurance compliance, enterprise management, and root cause and trend analysis.

Deliver enhanced space products to operating forces by leveraging DoD, National, commercial and international space capabilities and serves as the Navy’s commercial satellite operations manager.


Naval Network Warfare Command's History

In 2002, some 23 organizations from several commands, including the former Naval Space Command, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command, Fleet Information Warfare Center, and Navy Component Task Force - Computer Network Defense were brought together to form Naval Network Warfare Command, emphasizing the organization's focus on the operation and defense of the Navy's networks.

In 2005, with the alignment of Naval Security Group, NETWARCOM brought the former Naval Security Group Activities (NSGAs) under its umbrella and the mission of the command fundamentally changed, making it the Navy's lead for Information Operations, as well as Networks and Space.

The assumption, alignment and integration of Fleet Intelligence Type Commander duties, responsibilities and functions at NETWARCOM in 2008 began a measured and evolutionary process to improve integrated Fleet Intelligence and ISR readiness. This alignment provided a single Fleet champion for ISR and positions Fleet Intelligence for better and timelier support to fleet operations.

In 2009, the Secretary of Defense directed the establishment of U.S. Cyber Command and the establishment of supporting commands to U.S. Cyber Command by each of the services. The chief of naval operations (CNO) officially established U.S. Fleet Cyber Command (FCC) and recommissioned U.S. 10th Fleet on 29 January 2009 in response to this direction.

With the establishment of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command / U.S. 10th Fleet, Naval Network Warfare Command was reorganized and its mission revised to operate and defend the Navy's portion of the Global Information Grid and to deliver reliable, secure Net-centric and Space warfighting capabilities in support of strategic, operational and tactical missions across the Navy.