Fleet Cyber Command/Tenth Fleet
April 18, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
U.S. Fleet Cyber Command, U.S. Fleet Forces Command Announce
Navy Cyber Administrative Realignment
U.S. Fleet Cyber Command (FLTCYBERCOM) and U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF) today announced an administrative realignment of the Navy’s cyber organizational structure designed to enhance efficiency and maintain optimal effectiveness.
According to Vice Adm. Barry McCullough, Commander, Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. Tenth Fleet, the realignment will enhance the Navy’s ability to remain a leader in cyberspace operations and provide the command and control structure necessary to achieve decision superiority in the information domain.
“This realignment solidifies the operational and administrative control of our cyber force and creates the foundation for a capability never before seen in the Navy,” said McCullough. “It will enhance the operational readiness of our cyber forces and help ensure we can maintain freedom of action and achieve military objectives in and through cyberspace by delivering integrated cyber, information operations, cryptologic and space capabilities to the Fleet.”
This change will realign administrative control (ADCON) of Navy cyber, network operations, information operations, cryptologic, and space forces consistent with the recent assignment of Navy cyber forces to U.S. Strategic Command, who in turn delegated operational control of these forces to U.S. Cyber Command, and the responsibilities of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command as the Service Cryptologic Component to the National Security Agency.
On April 18, FLTCYBERCOM will assume administrative control (ADCON) for the subordinate shore commands that they currently operationally employ. The Commander of Fleet Cyber Command will continue to serve as the Navy’s Service Cryptologic Component Commander (SCC) to the National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) and is responsible for man, train and equip (MT&E) functions of the consolidated cryptologic program (CCP) resourced cryptologic workforce.
Navy Cyber Forces (CYBERFOR), as delegated by Commander, USFF, remains the global C5I Type Commander responsible to man, train and equip all C5I forces afloat and ashore to generate required levels of current and future cyber force readiness.
The new cyber structure will provide unambiguous command and administrative control lines of authority and accountability of Navy cyber forces and optimal resource management. It provides clear accountability, authority and responsibility in the right entities by echelon to ensure we provide cyber forces that are ready for tasking and cyber activities that are effectively manned, trained, and equipped.
Revised ADCON Alignment
Fleet Cyber Command has ADCON of the following commands and their subordinates and detachments:
Naval Network Warfare Command, Norfolk, VA
Naval Satellite Operations Center, Point Mugu, CA
Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command, Norfolk, VA
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic, Norfolk, VA
Forces Surveillance Support Center, Chesapeake, VA
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Jacksonville, FL
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Bahrain
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Sicily, Sigonella, IT
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Naples, Italy
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific, Wahiawa, HI
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, San Diego, CA
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Guam, Mariana Islands
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Far East, Yokosuka, Japan
Navy Cyber Warfare Development Group, Washington, DC
Navy Information Operations Command Sugar Grove, Sugar Grove, WV
Navy Information Operations Command Pensacola, Pensacola, FL
U.S. Navy Information Operations Command, Menwith Hill, UK
Navy Information Operations Command Colorado, Aurora, CO
Navy Information Operations Command Georgia, Fort Gordon, GA
Navy Information Operations Command Maryland, Fort George G. Meade, MD
U.S. Navy Information Operations Command, Yokosuka, Japan
Navy Information Operations Command Texas, San Antonio, TX
U.S. Navy Information Operations Command, Misawa, Japan
Navy Information Operations Command, Norfolk, VA
Navy Information Operations Command Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, WA
Navy Information Operations Command, San Diego, CA
Navy Information Operations Command Hawaii, Schofield Barracks, HI
U.S. Navy Information Operations Command, Bahrain
CYBERFOR has ADCON of the following commands and their subordinates:
Navy and Marine Corps Spectrum Center
Navy Communications Security Material System Command
Fleet Intelligence Adaptive Force (FIAFs)
Fleet Intelligence Detachments (FIDs)
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