Naval Oceanography Operations Command
Naval Oceanography Operations Command (NOOC) is an Echelon IV command reporting operationally to Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, and aligned administratively to Commander, Naval Information Forces. NOOC oversees four subordinate oceanography operations commands providing direct fleet support in anti-submarine warfare, mine warfare, and Naval special warfare in environments afloat and ashore worldwide. With 24/7 reachback to NOOC's Undersea Warfare Reachback Cell (USW-RBC), and a small military footprint forward, NOOC provides an asymmetric warfighting advantage by exploiting the current and future state of the environment.
The mission of the NOOC is to:
- Provide strategic, operational and tactical oceanographic, riverine and atmospheric decision superiority to the U.S. and coalition forces.
- Command of the Operational Directorates for the Naval Oceanography enterprise (NOe).
- Enhance the Naval warfighter’s competitive advantage by providing expertise across the oceanographic, riverine and atmospheric domains.
Automated Weather Station Observations delivered via the Remote Environmental Conditions Observation Network (RECON)
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