Navy Net-Centric Warfare Group
“Optimizing Readiness and Mission”
COMMANDER’S BRIEF
NR JFCC JSpOC; NR NCTAMS Oahu; NR NIOC Hawaii
RDML Thomas F. Kendziorski
6-12 JAN 2009
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Outline
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NETWARCOM Strategic Plan: Mission,
Purpose, Vision, Values, and Primary Goals
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Navy NETWAR FORCEnet Enterprise (NNFE)
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Chairman JCS Guidance to RC and Alignment
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NNWG Structure and Unit Associations
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OPS Requirements and Capabilities by Domain
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Mobilization status
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CNO and NNWG Commander’s Imperatives
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The Way Ahead
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VADM Denby Starling, USN
Commander NETWARCOM
Type Commander (TYCOM) for
Net-Centric Warfare
*Operate, Maintain & Defend Networks
*Conduct IO and Space Operations
*Functional Component Commander to
USSTRATCOM for Space, IO & NetOps
NETWARCOM Global Mission
•
"Naval Network Warfare
Command creates
warfighting and business
options for the Fleet to fight
and win in the information
age. We deliver and
operate a reliable, secure
and battle-ready global
network. We lead the
development, integration
and execution of
Information Operations
effect for the Fleet”
*Fleet Intelligence
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NNWC Strategic Plan
Purpose
To ensure our leaders have information,
mechanisms, and technology to make rapid and
well-informed decisions, to degrade our enemies’
decision capabilities, and to influence the decisionmaking of others in all phases of operations.
Vision
NETWARCOM’s superior information capabilities
will drive joint force knowledge integration and
implement network centric operations.
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NNWC Strategic Plan
Values
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We are fleet/joint warfighter focused … connecting and
protecting warfighters whenever, wherever
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We act with the utmost integrity … through integrity, our actions
reflect our commitment to Navy’s core values
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We are agile and responsive … ensuring that our operations and
solutions optimize responsiveness to the warfighter
•
We are adaptive … fostering an environment of continuous
improvement, innovation and learning that makes NETWARCOM a
great place to work
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We are a team … focused on making FORCEnet a reality,
enhancing every aspect of Naval, Joint, and combined operations
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NNWC Strategic Plan
Primary Goals
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Operate the Navy Component of the Global Information Grid
(GIG) as a weapons system [NETOPS/GNOSC/CIO]
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Extend and optimize use of Information Operations (IO)
capabilities [IO/SIGINT]
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Ensure Navy fully leverages and influences Space capabilities
•
Develop the workforce to achieve information superiority
[Executive Workforce: Man/Train/Equip/Finance]
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Implement NETWARCOM components of FORCEnet
•
Operate NETWARCOM Maritime Operations Center and its
warfighting components as a distributed, integrated weapon
system
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SIGINT Space
NetOps
IO
NSA
NNWC
STRAT
NNWG
Communities of
Practice (Domains)
SSFA
Collaboration Across the Enterprise
Harnessing the Power
of the Enterprise
Units aligned with supported commands
ARI – Operational Alignment
Deliver Capability – Build Capability
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Navy Enterprise Model
Getting out of the “stovepipes” of commands and
communities; cost is too high the way we now do business. It
is not about operations.
Strategic management of the command’s assets, that is,
people, funds, things (e.g., computers, chairs, pens, etc.), and
processes. Using a common behavior approach.
NNWC is the Type Commander of the Navy’s Network Warfare
FORCEnet Enterprise (NNFE). We have providers and
enablers like BUMED, SPAWAR, etc. We have resource
sponsors, such as, OPNAV.
Need to have transparency across the enterprise with such
things as: processes, strategy, metrics & targets, decisionmaking, and people & culture.
Right Forces/Right Mission/Right Time
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CYBERSPACE OPS - defined
“The employment of cyber capabilities where the
primary purpose is to achieve military objectives or
effects in or through cyberspace. Such operations
include computer network operations and activities
to operate and defend the Global Information Grid.”
ADM Michael Mullen, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
10 NOV 08
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Navy Alignment
21st Century Manpower Strategy
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS)
Admiral Michael G. Mullen, USN
1. Defend US interests in Mid-East
2. Reset, reconstitute & revitalize
our Armed Forces
3. Balance Global Strategic Risk
Combatant Commanders (COCOMs)
CNO
CFFC
Total Force
FORCEnet
NETWAR /
NECC
NECC
SPECWAR
NECC
Undersea
AC - Active
Component
Surface
MPT&E (CNP/CNR)
NAVSEA
NAVAIR
SPAWAR
NAVFAC
NAVSUP
CNIC
ONR
BUMED
Aviation
Provider/Enabler Domains
21 Joint Capability Areas (JCAs)
Navy Enterprises
RC - Reserve
Component
GS General
Services
Contractors
Type Commanders / Navy Capability Areas
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Navy Net-Centric Warfare Group
The New Aligned Command
FY08 Alignment and linkage of Space & SIGINT & Network Operations
& Information Operations formed the 1400 member NNWG Command
SPAWAR Space Field Activity (SSFA)
4 Units focused on national security space, including NRO
Naval Network Warfare Command (NNWC)
GNOSC
8 NCTAMS/2 JMAST
Space
Network Defense
Network Engineering
24 NIOCs/2 NR NSFs
STRATCOM
JFCC Global Strike & Integration
Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC)
JIOWC
JFCC NW
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NNWG Organization
Commander NNWC
VADM Starling
NAVY NET-CENTRIC WARFARE GROUP
FORT MEADE, MARYLAND
Vice Commander NNWC
RADM Deets
CMC
CTRCM Buelow
Manpower (N1R)
CAPT Hard
Operations (N3)
CAPT Robinson
Readiness
CAPT Shapiro
Commander
NNWG
Reserve Vice
Commander
NNWC
Chief of Staff NNWC
CAPT Anderson
Director Operations
NNWC
RDML(sel) Klein
RDML Kendziorski
Vice Commander
NNWG
CAPT Rothwell
Special
Deputy
Assistant
Commander
Reserve Affairs
NNWG
NNWC (N03R)
Reserve Director
Operations NNWC (N3R)
CDR Kemmerer
CAPT Clusen
CIO
CAPT(s) Pietkiewicz
Training
CAPT Miller
NETOPS Domain
CAPT Simpson
SIGINT Domain
CAPT MacDonnell
Space Domain
CAPT Rodman
IO Domain
CAPT Bushrow
Individual Units
Individual Units
Individual Units
Individual Units
Finance
CAPT Vacura
SJA/JAG
TBD
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Chairman, Joint Chiefs of
Staff Guidance 2007-2008
PRIORITIES AND STRATEGIC
OBJECTIVES
1.
Develop a strategy to defend
our National interests in the
Middle East
2.
Reset, Reconstitute and
Revitalize our Armed Forces
ADM Mike Mullen, CJCS
C. Improve the capabilities of our
Reserve Component as it
continues to become a more
relevant contributor to the
operational joint force. We
must also ensure it preserves
a significant “strategic
reserve” capability and
capacity.
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Active/Reserve Commands
SPACE DOMAIN
NET-OPS DOMAIN
SPAWAR (SSFA)
NCTAMS
– NR SPAWAR 0366
– NR SPAWAR 0466
– NR SPAWAR 0866
SIGINT DOMAIN
– NR NCTAMS Norfolk
– NR NCTAMS Raleigh
– NR SPAWAR 0766
– NR NCTAMS Marietta
– NR SPAWAR 0788
– NR NCTAMS Jacksonville
NNWC
– NR NNWC Space
– NR JFCC JSpOC
– NR NCTAMS San Diego
– NR NCTAMS San Pedro
– NR NCTAMS Oahu
IO DOMAIN
– NR JMAST Green Bay, WI*
USSTRATCOM
– NR JMAST Aurora, CO*
– NR JFCC GSI
– NR JFCC JIOWC
– NR JFCC NW
NIOC (formally FIWC)
(Returned to COMPACFLT FY09)
NNWC
– NR NNWC Headquarters
– NR NIOC Norfolk
– NR NNWC GNOSC
– NR NIOC Whidbey
– NR NNWC Net Eng
– NR NIOC San Diego
– NR NCDOC
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
NR NIOC Fort Gordon
NR NIOC Pensacola
NR NIOC Fort Dix
NR NIOC Detroit
NR NIOC Hawaii
NR NIOC Ogden
NR NIOC North Island
NR NIOC Greensboro
NR NIOC Medina
NR NIOC Great Lakes
NR NIOC Camp Parks
NR NIOC Washington DC
NR NIOC Fort Meade
NR NIOC Fort Lewis
NR NIOC Orlando
NR NIOC St. Louis
NR NIOC Minneapolis
NR NIOC Denver
NR NIOC Fort Worth
NR NIOC Fort Devens
NR Navy Security Force Sugar
Grove
– NR Navy Security Force Hawaii
(Joined NNWG FY09)
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NNWG Footprint
NR NIOC WHIDBEY
NR NIOC FORT
DEVENS
NR JMAST GREEN BAY
NR NIOC FORT
LEWIS
NR NIOC MINNEAPOLIS
NR NIOC DETROIT
NR NIOC FORT DIX
NR STRATCOM 0188
NR SPAWAR
0366, 0866, &
0466
NR NIOC GREAT LAKES
NR NNWC NET ENG
NR NIOC
OGDEN
NR NIOC CAMP
PARKS
NR NNWC GNOSC
VTU
NR NIOC FT
MEADE
NR JMAST
AURORA
NR NCTAMS
NFK
NR NIOC WASHINGTON DC
NR NCTAMS
SAN PEDRO
NR JSPOC
NR NIOC
NORTH
ISLAND
NR NNWC HQ
NR SPAWAR 0466
NR NIOC ST
LOUIS
NR NIOC
DENVER
NR NCTAMS SAN DIEGO
NR NIOC FORT
WORTH
NR JFCC-NW
NR NNWC NCDOC
NR NIOC
GREENSBORO
NR NNWC SPACE
NR NIOC NFK
NR NCTAMS Marietta
NR JIOWC
NR NCTAMS RALEIGH
NR NIOC FORT
GORDON
NR NIOC SAN DIEGO
NR NCTAMS JACKSONVILLE
NR NIOC
HAWAII
NR NIOC
MEDINA
NR NIOC ORLANDO
NR NIOC
PENSACOLA
NR NCTAMS OAHU
LEGEND
SPACE Domain
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NET-OPS Domain
IO Domain
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NNFE Domains
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NET OPS – Provides Fleet and Shore communications,
Network Engineering support, Information Assurance, and
Computer Network Defense capabilities to Fleet, shore and
joint activities.
•
SPACE – Provides unique expertise and project support
toward the operational employment of national space systems
capabilities resulting in tactically relevant information to
Naval, Joint and Coalition operations.
•
IO – Provides support to fleet and joint IO mission areas that
include Network Warfare, Global Strike and Integration, and
Global Network Operations in direct support of Joint Force
Commanders.
•
SIGINT – Providing capability and focused Information
Operations, that include SIGINT related functions, through a
virtually distributed workforce to National, Fleet and Joint
customers
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NET OPS Requirements
•
248 RC Personnel Assigned
•
Key Customer
–
•
NNWC
NNWG NetOPS Required Mandays
Total = 9,908 Days
1150
2164
Tasks/Accomplishments
–
ONE-NET support for NCTS
Guam
–
Exercise Cobra Gold 2008
Support
–
ADT
Terminal Fury 08 Support
6540
54
ADSW
ATP
Operation Cyber Asset
Reduction and Security
(CARS)
–
AT
NNWG NetOPS Achievable Mandays
Total = 6,003 Days
103
2702
3072
AT
ADT
ADSW
ATP
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NETOPS Shortfall of 3905 Mandays
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SPACE Requirements
•
100 RC Personnel Assigned
•
Key Customer
•
–
SSFA
–
PMW 146
–
NNWC
NNWG Space Required Mandays
Total = 5,058 Days
999
AT
2554
1277
–
ADSW
ATP
228
Tasks/Accomplishments
–
ADT
Senior NRO Rep to PACOM
during Operation Burnt Frost
NNWG Space Achievable Mandays
Total = 2,612
517
MUOS Support to factory
integration & test activities
1270
AT
ADT
–
–
Battle Watch Captain in the
NRO Operations Center
ADSW
731
ATP
94
Unified Space Vault support for
Special Access Programs
Space Shortfall of 2446 Mandays
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IO Requirements
•
125 RC Personnel Assigned
•
Key Customers
•
121
–
Numbered Fleets
–
STRATCOM
–
COCOM’s
–
NNWG IO Required Mandays
Total = 1,339 Days
378
AT
ADT
110
NNWC
730
ADSW
ATP
Tasks/Accomplishments
–
–
–
NNWG IO Achievable Mandays
Total = 825 Days
CNO mission at Yakima
Research Station
80
NNWC Strategic
Communications Tran-Regional
Plan
NMAWC 2008 ASW Improvement
Program (ASWIP) Phase 0 WG
378
AT
319
ADT
ADSW
ATP
48
IO Shortfall of 514 Mandays
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SIGINT Requirements
•
884 RC Personnel Assigned
•
Key Customers
•
9679
–
NSA
–
COCOM’s
–
NNWG SIGINT Required Mandays
Total = 60,526 Days
IDT
23136
Numbered Fleets
–
NATO Exercise MODULEX-08
–
COMTHIRDFLT JTFEX 08-5
(REAGAN CSG)
–
NATO HQ SIGINT participation
in CMX-08
CENTCOM and NCA project
support for VP briefing
AT
ADT
ADSW
15825
ATP
11568
Tasks/Accomplishments
–
318
NNWG SIGINT Achievable Mandays
Total = 49,829 Days
8219
212
18336
IDT
AT
ADT
ADSW
15825
ATP
7237
SIGINT Shortfall of 10697 Mandays
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Reserve Linguists Capabilities
172 Primary Languages
DLPT Scores
Other, 4
Vietnamese, 3
Thai, 3
Tagalog, 12
SerboCroatian, 8
Arabic, 15
50
ChineseMandarin, 32
40
44
34
30
30
Russian, 28
French, 5
Hebrew , 3
Korean, 13
20
17
10
0
Spanish, 22
Persian-Farsi,
Portuguese17
Brazilian, 7
4
1
1
1+
2
2+
3
4
•
172 linguists with primary language (up from 155 in APR 08!)
•
130 have current DLPT scores; 42 being scheduled for testing
•
59 have a secondary language; 14 have a tertiary language
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NNWG Operations Summary
•
Focused Operations at the National, Joint and Fleet
levels.
•
Leveraging various OPS processes, structures, skill
sets and capabilities
•
RC Commanding Officers make decisions in
concert with the AC to support priority based
requirements with AT/ADT/ATP/ADSW/IDT/IDTT
•
More requirements left unsatisfied due to limited
manpower and fiscal resources
Navy Net-Centric Warfare Group, aligned with Naval Network
Warfare Command, is now positioned to grow the needed
skill sets and leaders
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A Word about Mobilizations (IA’s)
•
USFF > RESFOR > OSO/DMM > Unit & Member
•
Iraq, Afghanistan, Horn of Africa
•
Current number of Individual Augmentees: 114
//36 officers and 89 enlisted// as of: 22DEC08
•
NNWG total mobilizations since 9/11: 45% of force
•
Future mobilizations scheduled to continue; replacement of
those on duty at present; slight increase in near future
•
Bronze Stars awarded (one with an Army COM w/V)
•
Most RC Warrants have been IA’d or slated to do so.
Active-Reserve Integration at its finest!
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Navy Net-Centric Warfare Group
The New Aligned Command
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NNWG Areas of Focus
Completion of Alignment
Unit Mission Appropriateness & Mobilizations (IA’s)
Human Capital Management
Metrics Collection and Analysis
Diversity
Building on past successes and processes
Culture of collaboration and creativity without destroying unique
perspectives and capabilities of former programs
Accelerated Information Sharing
Modern Business Practices
Cross-dimensional skill sets and capabilities
Focused and clear understanding of the road ahead
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The Future
ACTION ITEMS for the NEAR TERM:
1. The NNWG must work out the kinks (e.g., APPLY,
billets, training, and funding) and leverage all
skills and capabilities within the enterprise
2. Recruiting (“Instill a desire to serve …”)
3. Build up pool of linguists and languages (Recruit
Prior Service – DLPT – BCLP course)
4. Improve training delivery system for all NNWG
members
5. Full, relevant OPS employment during IDT
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STRATEGIC FUTURE
•
Total Force (A-R-I) integration continues;
generational change before complete; future
participation in “Cyber” warfare, as now defined
by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs for the
Department of Defense
•
Need for precise determination of metrics for
value of RC; NNFE ESG currently working issue
•
Increase “fleet” vs. “national” missions; must
trace NSA, NRO, NCTAMS, JOINT missions
directly to fleet needs – an USFF imperative
•
Determine RC “Fleet Intel” TYCOM role, if any
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CNO’S IMPERATIVES
ADM Gary Roughead
Our Chief of Naval
Operations (CNO),
believes that a
Commander’s
Imperatives or Intents
are the “critical fights”
necessary to ensure
successful outcomes
that drive tasks and
effects. In other
words: “Decision
Superiority.”
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CNO – The U.S. Navy ETHOS

We are the United States Navy, our
Nation’s sea power --- ready
guardians of peace, victorious in
war

We are professional Sailors and
Civilians --- a diverse and agile
force exemplifying the highest
standards of service to our Nation,
at home and abroad, at sea and
ashore


Integrity is the foundation of our
conduct; respect for others is
fundamental to our character;
decisive leadership is crucial to
our success
We are a team, disciplined and
well-prepared, committed to
mission accomplishment. We do
not waver in our dedication and
accountability to our shipmates
and families
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
We are patriots, forged by the
Navy’s core values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment. In
times of war and peace, our
actions reflect our proud heritage
and tradition

We defend our Nation and prevail
in the face of adversity with
strength, determination, and
dignity

We are the United States Navy.
Approved for dissemination to All
Hands by the CNO, ADM Gary
Roughead; 04 NOV 2008.
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NNWG COMMANDER’S
IMPERATIVES
RDML Tom Kendziorski
The hallmarks of my tenure will
center around the phrase,
“People, Mission and
Integration: Our
Service and Core
Values Continue.”
Commander’s imperatives for
the NNWG Command:
Simplicity
Continuity
Opportunity
Adaptability
Flexibility
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Unit Visit Words &Themes
•
•
Cooperation, patience and
professionalism within
entire NNWG
Examine career paths for all
communities and skill
capabilities (e.g., URL’s,
RL’s, all ratings)
•
FY08 integration of INTEL
(P17) to be determined;
likely all under the NNWC
•
NNWC is NMCI. All
personnel will use it.
NNWC has launched its
NEWS website vice NKO
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JPME for junior officers,
key to future promotion
•
Availability of leadership
billets for all designators
•
Mobilizations continue for
all into foreseeable future
•
Rating Advisors inform and
mentor all NNWG enlisted
personnel
•
Advanced training
opportunities for enlisted
and officers
•
Virtual OPS; drill flexibility
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The NNWG first year …
1. CTM dis-establishment cancelled! No new for RC.
2. NNWC new name? Naval Cyber Force Command?
3. RESFOR moving to Norfolk – May 2009
4. N3R position filled (CDR Clayton M. Kemerer)
5. NSF units / JMAST units
6. APPLY Board (pilot program for URL’s in IW slots)
7. My travel (28/48 unit visits; 5 staff meetings; 7
speeches; 3 NNFE ESG’s; O-6 Board; CNRIC; EBC I;
NR/AFOSES; IWO Conference; NNWC Commander’s
Symposium)
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The NNWG first year …
8. RADM Courneya passing (former NRSGC Flag)
9. Recovering: CAPT Brian Hastings; CTRCS Mark Raddatz (Ret.)
10. DC unit split into WASHDC (Locke) & FGGM (Lipscomb)
11. Burnt Frost (CAPT(s) Vaneman)
12. RESFORINST 5450.43B (in process); P16 “NNFE or NCFC”
13. New IWO NOBC’s (14 to 8: Tactical IWO surf/sub/air/specwar;
IWO nat/coord/planner/staff)
14. New IWO career paths (11-week IWO Basic Course; then Naval
IW Tactical Ops Course; then Joint Information Ops
Orientation Course --- close to AC as possible; NNWG
commander can waive for civilian credentials)
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The NNWG first year …
15. Cotton –> Debbink
16. McDonald –> Little –> Messerschmitt
17. Murphy –> Clusen
18. Schwab –> Murray
19. RDML(s) Bob Wright (former Director for SNWP)
20. Singer/Francis/Lowen/Wiley/Balcom, etc., retired …
21. IP career path working group (25&26OCT08)
22. One-Net (OCONUS NMCI – NetOps RC’s)
23. Bronze Stars awarded
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The NNWG first year …
23. K-Grams (COMMS; 9 to date)
24. Monthly OPS Highlights Report (COMMS)
25. N1R’s Monthly Exec. Workforce Report (COMMS)
26. CID-ARI’s Quarterly Training Newsletter (COMMS)
27. NNFE RC ESG (many staffers involved; O’s and E’s)
28. BlackBerry’s for staff (CIO and Finance)
29. IT topography for each unit (CIO)
30. SOY RESFOR and NNWC boards (CMC)
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The NNWG first year …
31. 49 CPO selects!
32. 24 CDR selects!
33. Budget Analyst civilian hire (Cahillane & Vacura)
34. Reserve Capability Review (USFF)
35. POM10 – reduce 100 enlisted and 36 officer billets
for Computer Network Operations [“CNO”] push)
36. Logo contest
37. AC courses at PCOLA (e.g., BDNA, etc.)
38. CTI’s (stopped accessing Non-Prior Service ...)
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In FY09, we will …
1. Use NMCI for all Navy business
2. Fill NNWC Space advisor billet gap until mid-FY09
3. Continue role, pull our weight with IA’s
4. Remain Echelon IV (seat, billets, manpower, funds)
5. Ensure readiness (medical, physical, pay, training)
6. Obtain funding and seats for schoolhouse training
7. Linguists (recruit, maintain DLPT levels, OPS↑)
8. Recruiting – take seriously or consider alternatives
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In FY09, we will … (continued)
9. Sit statutory boards; FITREP bullet statement
10. IDT OPS: “productionus optimus”
11. Monthly unit/CO reports 100% …soon via DRRS-N
12. Enhance domain’s value to AC; metrics v. anecdote
13. “Fleet-focused” OPS – trace “national” to fleet
14. Career path and training as close to AC as possible
15. POM10 request of $500K still in play
16. Future of NNWG will be based upon NNWC model
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In FY09, we will … (continued)
17. All leadership FITREP’s to supported command
18. How to figure “paying” for C-N-O (36 O’s/150 E’s)
beginning in POM-10; future of NCTAM’s units and
billet levels given current RCR
19. JPME!
20. FY09 Integration of Fleet INTEL (P17) TBD?
21. Availability of leadership opportunities
22. Mobilizations to continue into near future
23. Rating Advisors will inform and mentor
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In FY09, we will … (continued)
24. Ethics – Ethics – Ethics
25. Virtual OPS and drill flexibility
26. APPLY Board under NNWG control; details TBD;
internal to NNWG, but also able to go general
27. SOY
28. JOOY
29. Awards
30. Identify a PAO for NNWG (VTU – CAPT Wilkins))
31. Zero FY09 IW DIRCOM’s
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In FY09, we will … (continued)
32. Executive Workforce members to travel to units; 36
of 48 for me to date!)
33. Visit our IA personnel by me, Vice and CMC (Juneish 2009?)
WE WILL CONTINUE TO BE A VALUED FORCE!
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Humor
Behind every Admiral lies a good aide.
Some lie more than others.
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FINAL SLIDE
QUESTIONS?
“What have you
done to
Optimize the
NNWG’s
Readiness
and Mission?”
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Operational Readiness, Effectiveness, Primacy
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