Train, certify and provide combat-ready Navy forces to Combatant Commanders
that are capable of conducting prompt, sustained naval, joint, and combined
operations in support of U.S. national interests.
Command and control subordinate Navy forces and shore activities during the
planning and execution of assigned service functions in support of CNO.
Provide operational planning and coordination support to Commander, U.S.
Northern Command (CDR USNORTHCOM), Commander, U.S. Element North American
Aerospace Defense Command (CDR USELEMNORAD), and Commander, U.S. Strategic
Command (CDR USSTRATCOM).
Command and control subordinate forces during the planning and execution of
joint missions as the Joint Forces Maritime Component Commander North
(JFMCC-N) to CDR USNORTHCOM.
As the navy force provider for naval component and combatant commanders
worldwide, Fleet Forces Command aligns and executes all elements of readiness
to effectively and consistently deploy credible, combat-ready forces who are
ready to fight and win decisively in contested or denied environments of all
To outpace adversaries and threats of tomorrow, we must strengthen our naval
power at and from the sea by maintaining and modernizing the Fleet, developing
advanced warfighting concepts and doctrine (TTP), and accelerating warfighting
capabilities to the Fleet.
To achieve the vision, Fleet Forces will continue to organize and align
through five lines of effort (LOE) and an integrated battle rhythm, working with
U.S. Pacific Fleet and Marine Corps Forces Command to meet naval component and
combatant commander requirements. The five LOEs are:
- Force Development
- Force Generation
- Force Employment
- Safety and Security
- Sailors, Civilians and Family