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Navy Cyber Forces

United States Navy Cyber Forces
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U.S. Navy Cyber Forces emblem
Active January 26, 2010-current[1]
Country United States of America
Type Type Commander
Garrison/HQ Little Creek-Fort Story
Commanders
Current
commander
Rear Admiral Gretchen S. Herbert[2]

Navy Cyber Forces (CYBERFOR) is the type commander for the U.S. Navy's global cyber workforce. The headquarters is located at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. CYBERFOR provides forces and equipment in cryptology/signals intelligence, cyber, electronic warfare, information operations, intelligence, networks, and space.

Mission

To organize and prioritize, training, modernization, and maintenance, requirements, and capabilities of command and control architecture/networks, cryptologic and space-related systems and intelligence and information operations activities, and to coordinate with Type Commanders, to deliver interoperable, relevant and ready forces at the right time at the best cost, today and in the future.[3]

Organization

CYBERFOR is the U.S. Navy C5I Type Commander responsible to man, train and equip all C5I forces afloat and ashore. They report to Fleet Forces Command.[4][5]

Reporting Commands

  • Navy and Marine Corps Spectrum Center
  • Navy Communications Security Material System Command
  • Fleet Intelligence Adaptive Force (FIAFs)
  • Fleet Intelligence Detachments (FIDs)

See also

References

External links

  • U.S. Navy Cyber Forces
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