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Rear Adm. John Okon, Commander

Rear Adm. John Okon, USN

Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command

Commander, Naval Meteorology and

Oceanography Command/

CTG 80.7


U.S. forces are so superior in knowing, predicting, and exploiting the physical environment in operations that our adversaries avoid us – or are destroyed when they don’t.
This is the result of Naval Oceanography – From the sea floor to space, from the deep water to the littorals.
Lines of Effort
  • Oceanography
Measuring, understanding & predicting to improve decision-making
  • Meteorology
Modeling & characterizing to ensure Fleet safety and effectiveness
  • Hydrography
Surveying & charting the oceans for safety of navigation & tactical superiority
  • Precise Time and Astrometry
Providing the foundational standard for navigation, targeting, communications & assured C2
Focus Areas
  • Execute the Mission
  • Commit to Our People
  • Continually Foster Innovation
  • Enhance Messaging
  • Advance Information Warfare
  • Strengthen Partnerships
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