Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

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Welcome to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command’s (NECC) page managed by NECC Public Affairs. This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on NECC. Please also visit us at our official homepage at https://www.necc.usff.navy.mil. While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments clean. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed: - We do not allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. - We do not allow solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. - We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity. - Apparent spam will be removed and may cause the author(s) to be blocked from the page without notice. - You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. - Includes any personal or sensitive information (phone numbers, email or postal addresses) - For Official Use Only (FOUO), classified, pre-decisional, proprietary or business-sensitive information should never be discussed here. Don’t post personnel lists, rosters, organization charts or directories. This is a violation of privacy. For information about Operations Security, contact the Naval OPSEC Support Team at [email protected] For information about how to report a crime and issues such as direct knowledge of explicit photos taken without consent, visit http://www.ncis.navy.mil/pages/NCISTips.aspx. The appearance of external links or "Liked" pages on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the U.S. Navy or Department of Defense. You are encouraged to quote, republish or share any content on this page on your own blog, web site or other communication/publication. If you do so, please credit the command or the person who authored the content as a courtesy (photo or article byline can be U.S. Navy or Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joe Smith, for example). For more information, visit the DoD Social Media user agreement at https://dodcio.defense.gov/Social-Media. Thank you for your interest in and support of the men and women of the U.S. Navy. If you would like information about joining the Navy, visit http://www.navy.com.

Operating as usual

Every time you log onto a system or network – at home or at work – you are on the front lines of the cyber battlespace. ...
10/28/2020
Department of Navy Chief Information Officer

Every time you log onto a system or network – at home or at work – you are on the front lines of the cyber battlespace. #BeCyberSmart https://bit.ly/navycsam20

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. While cybersecurity is always a DON priority, we increase our focus on it during October to remind you of its importance, and equip you with tools to safeguard the DON at work and defend yourself at home. Use materials on this page to understand the...

Above the sea and BELOW; Seabees #CanDo!The underwater construction team’s overall mission is to conduct #expeditionary,...
10/27/2020
US Seabee Divers Complete Infrastructure Assessment of Tinian Harbor

Above the sea and BELOW; Seabees #CanDo!

The underwater construction team’s overall mission is to conduct #expeditionary, inshore, waterfront, and underwater deep ocean facility construction, inspection, repair, and maintenance operations. They are able to conduct amphibious landing support for joint logistics over-the-shore operations, including humanitarian assistance, civic assistance and underwater recovery operations.

“For the maritime infrastructure assessment, operating within a global pandemic was definitely a challenge and has been since the start of our deployment,” said Lt. j.g. Joshua Jepsen, officer in charge of the detachment. “Despite these abnormal conditions, my team was able to show up, hit the ground running, and execute. For that, I could not ask much more.”

Get the whole story here: https://dvidshub.net/r/5ka5wp

TINIAN, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (Oct. 23, 2020) - In the middle of the Pacific lies an island surrounded with crystal-clear water, rich with military history. A small team of U.S. Navy Seabee underwater construction divers deployed from Task Force 75 completed a maritime infrast...

Interested in becoming an EOD Operator 👀 Tune into Navy Talent Acquisition Group Philadelphia  YouTube live event ➡️www....
10/27/2020

Interested in becoming an EOD Operator 👀 Tune into Navy Talent Acquisition Group Philadelphia YouTube live event ➡️www.youtube.com/realsailorsrealseastories TOMORROW at 5 p.m. EST!

#americasnavy #usnavy #navyrecruiting #forgedbythesea #travel #militarycareer #navydiver #usnavydiver #usnavydivers

Want to hear what it's like to be an EOD Operator from the source 💪⚓️ Have questions❓ Tune into Navy Talent Acquisition Group Philadelphia YouTube live event ➡️www.youtube.com/realsailorsrealseastories 👀 TOMORROW at 5 p.m. EST!

#americasnavy #usnavy #navyrecruiting #forgedbythesea #travel #militarycareer #navydiver #usnavydiver #usnavydivers Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1

The systems, networks and data that enable the Navy to fight and win are as critical as weapons – without them we cannot...
10/26/2020
Department of Navy Chief Information Officer

The systems, networks and data that enable the Navy to fight and win are as critical as weapons – without them we cannot compete, deter, and win.

Read why #cybersecurity is important to the Navy at https://bit.ly/navycsam20

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. While cybersecurity is always a DON priority, we increase our focus on it during October to remind you of its importance, and equip you with tools to safeguard the DON at work and defend yourself at home. Use materials on this page to understand the...

“The red man is an all-inclusive obstacle designed to force the Sailor to fight through various stages of the stress con...
10/26/2020
Pushing Through, When Pushed to the Limit

“The red man is an all-inclusive obstacle designed to force the Sailor to fight through various stages of the stress continuum while maintaining critical thinking skills as they combat an actively resistant suspect. It is a demanding hurdle that everyone must pass where no two scenarios are exactly the same” said Master at Arms 1st Class Mathew Schuldt, NEIC’s Chief Master-at-Arms.

https://www.necc.usff.navy.mil/Press-Room/News-Stories/Article/2394003/pushing-through-when-pushed-to-the-limit/

Imagine the most stressful situation you have even encountered.  Now imagine experiencing that on purpose, while you go through a physically strenuous obstacle course. That is exactly the

Who else is ready to dive into this week?U.S. Navy #Sailors and U.S. Marine Corps  #Marines working together.#Intergrate...
10/26/2020

Who else is ready to dive into this week?

U.S. Navy #Sailors and U.S. Marine Corps #Marines working together.

#IntergratedNavalpower

Marines, Maritime Expeditionary Security Force Sailors, and Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians assigned to Commander, Task Force 75 (CTF 75) are conducting integrated littoral maritime security operations from the amphibious dock landing ship USS Comstock (LSD 45).

Your Navy Expeditionary Combat Force reinforcing blue-water lethality. Every. Single. Day.

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

Above the sea or below, your U.S. Navy #expeditionary combat force is there; reinforcing blue-water lethality.
10/26/2020

Above the sea or below, your U.S. Navy #expeditionary combat force is there; reinforcing blue-water lethality.

Sailors and Marines from Task Force Ellis and Commander, Task Force 75 conducting open-circuit dive operations from a combat rubber raiding craft while on an integrated maritime security patrol in the Philippine Sea. The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Sailors are the deployed expeditionary mine countermeasure (#ExMCM) capability of #CTF75.

#FreeandOpenIndoPacific #Clear #Secure #Protect #US7thFleet
U.S. 7th Fleet Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Joint Region Marianas EOD Mobile Unit FIVE

#clear #secure #build #protectYour U.S. Navy expeditionary combat force at work.
10/25/2020

#clear #secure #build #protect

Your U.S. Navy expeditionary combat force at work.

Sailors assigned to Commander, Task Force 75 (CTF 75) post security during a security patrol aboard a Patrol Boat (PB) Mk VI during maritime operations. Maritime Expeditionary Security Force and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Sailors assigned to CTF 75 embarked and are conducting integrated littoral maritime security operations from the amphibious dock landing ship USS Comstock (LSD 45) with the Marines and Sailors already deployed as Task Force Ellis from I Marine Expeditionary Force. PB Mk VI provides increased capabilities to amphibious warships and can operate directly in support of the Navy platform or independently in support of mission tasking.

The Navy is in the cyber fight today with determined, well-funded, and very capable adversaries. For #CybersecurityAware...
10/24/2020
Department of Navy Chief Information Officer

The Navy is in the cyber fight today with determined, well-funded, and very capable adversaries. For #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth, learn how to safeguard the Navy at https://bit.ly/navycsam20

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. While cybersecurity is always a DON priority, we increase our focus on it during October to remind you of its importance, and equip you with tools to safeguard the DON at work and defend yourself at home. Use materials on this page to understand the...

The Seabees are ready! Who else is getting ready for Halloween?
10/24/2020

The Seabees are ready! Who else is getting ready for Halloween?

Check out this pumpkin LT Hovey carved! 🐝🐝

If you've scored expert in your marksmanship give this photo some love.
10/23/2020

If you've scored expert in your marksmanship give this photo some love.

Bookmark our website to stay up to date on all #Expeditionary news at www.NECC.usff.Navy.mil.Then read our latest story ...
10/22/2020

Bookmark our website to stay up to date on all #Expeditionary news at www.NECC.usff.Navy.mil.

Then read our latest story about U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, and U.S. Navy Integration.

“The NECF provides unique capabilities. We #clear explosive, security, and physical hazards; #secure operating areas for naval and joint forces; #build critical infrastructure, domain awareness, and logistics capacity to rearm, resupply, and refuel Naval assets; #protect the assets required to project power and control the seas.” said Rear Adm. Joseph DiGuardo, Commander Navy Expeditionary Combat Command when speaking about naval integration. “Together, with the Marine Corps and Coast Guard, we exemplify integrated American Naval power to dominate in the littorals and reinforce blue water lethality.”

https://www.necc.usff.navy.mil/Press-Room/News-Stories/Article/2388922/our-integrated-naval-expeditionary-combat-force/

U.S. Marine Corps #Marines and U.S. Navy #Sailors train #together during maritime operations.This is Integrated U.S. Nav...
10/22/2020

U.S. Marine Corps #Marines and U.S. Navy #Sailors train #together during maritime operations.

This is Integrated U.S. Naval Power.

Maritime Expeditionary Security Force and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Sailors assigned to Commander, CTF 75 embarked and are conducting integrated littoral maritime security operations from the amphibious dock landing ship USS Comstock (LSD 45) with the Marines and Sailors already deployed as Task Force Ellis from I Marine Expeditionary Force.

#IntergratedNavalPower

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

From personal mobile phone apps to our classified systems, we rely on cyber for everything we do, both in our profession...
10/22/2020
Department of Navy Chief Information Officer

From personal mobile phone apps to our classified systems, we rely on cyber for everything we do, both in our professional and personal lives. Learn more about #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth at https://bit.ly/navycsam20

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. While cybersecurity is always a DON priority, we increase our focus on it during October to remind you of its importance, and equip you with tools to safeguard the DON at work and defend yourself at home. Use materials on this page to understand the...

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1
10/21/2020
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1

Listen to Capt. Oscar Rojas, commodore of #NavyEOD Group One, talk about leadership, communication and some of the events that shaped him as a person. #ForgedbytheSea #USNavy ⬇️
https://speaklikealeader.show/episodes/5
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command
U.S. Pacific Fleet
U.S. Fleet Forces Command
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 2

Excuse us for a moment. We need to take this call...Electronics Technician 2nd Class Ian Tuck uses a AN/PRC Type 150 rad...
10/21/2020

Excuse us for a moment. We need to take this call...

Electronics Technician 2nd Class Ian Tuck uses a AN/PRC Type 150 radio to establish communications during a training exercise at Camp Covington on Naval Base Guam.

Seabee battalions are deployed from Task Force 75 throughout the Indo-Pacific to execute major combat operations, expeditionary construction and engineering, humanitarian assistance and disaster response, and construction readiness.

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect
10/20/2020

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

A Mark VI patrol boat deployed from Task Force 75 conducts a refueling at sea with the amphibious dock landing ship USS Comstock LSD-45 while on patrol in the Philippine Sea.

Maritime Expeditionary Security Force and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Sailors are embarked and conducting integrated littoral maritime security operations with the Marines and Sailors already deployed as Task Force Ellis from I Marine Expeditionary Force. #MarkVI patrol boats provide increased capabilities to amphibious warships and can operate directly in support of the Navy platform or independently in support of mission tasking.

#NavalIntegration #FreeandOpenIndoPacific #BlueGreenTeam #ExMCM #Expeditionary

U.S. 7th Fleet Joint Region Marianas Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Maritime Expeditionary Security Group ONE Detachment Guam Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron THREE

Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 133 has taken the baton in the race to complete Naval Station (NAVSTA) Rota's...
10/20/2020

Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 133 has taken the baton in the race to complete Naval Station (NAVSTA) Rota's Cliff Erosion Repair project. The multi-year project aims at strengthening the integrity of nearly a kilometer of the NAVSTA Rota's coastline. The project started in January of 2018, with NMCB 133 being the first battalion to take on the task, and three years later, they are back in Rota and charging forward.

Read all about it: https://cms.dvidshub.net/urlshrink/

10/19/2020

Integrated U.S. Navy forces.

U.S. Marine Corps Marines assigned to Task Force Ellis, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct a launch and recovery exercise of a combat rubber raiding craft during a maritime exercise aboard a Mark VI Patrol Boat.

Maritime Expeditionary Security Force and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Sailors assigned to Commander, Task Force 75 (CTF 75) are conducting #integrated littoral maritime security operations from the amphibious dock landing ship USS Comstock (LSD 45).

The Mark VI Patrol Boats provide increased capabilities to amphibious warships and can operate directly in support of the Navy platform or independently, reinforcing blue-water lethality.

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

Your #USNavy #Expeditionary team at work.

“The strategic plan ensures Navy EOD supports the NECF by eliminating explosive threats so the fleet, Navy and nation ca...
10/19/2020

“The strategic plan ensures Navy EOD supports the NECF by eliminating explosive threats so the fleet, Navy and nation can fight and win whenever, wherever and however it chooses,” said Capt. Oscar Rojas, commodore of the Coronado, Calif.,-based EOD Group (EODGRU) 1.

Read more here: https://dvidshub.net/r/maj9t6

Almost half of your U.S. Navy #expeditionary #Sailors are reservists.  Check out how Naval Mobile Construction Battalion...
10/19/2020

Almost half of your U.S. Navy #expeditionary #Sailors are reservists.

Check out how Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Two Five Navy Reserve Sailors found a way to #train even with #COVID19 travel restrictions.

Utilitiesman 1st Class Andriy Kukuruza (left) and Equipment Operator 1st Class Matthew Huffman construct portions of a gazebo project at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, as part of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 25's annual training (AT) for 2020. Due to current travel restrictions, NMCB 25 conducted AT across multiple locations for maximum training opportunities while maintaining a safe environment for the Seabees.

Let's #BuildSomething!

10/19/2020
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1

The EOD community just released their strategic plan for the next 10 years.

This plan charts an ambitious, forward-leaning course that focuses on developing training, technology, procurement and, most importantly, the Warfighter, to best support Navy EOD’s maritime missions while placing an emphasis on supporting Joint Force requirements.

Learn more about it:

We are excited to release our strategic plan for the next 10 years. This plan charts an ambitious, forward-leaning course that focuses on developing training, technology, procurement and, most importantly, the Warfighter, to best support Navy EOD’s maritime missions while placing an emphasis on supporting Joint Force requirements.

It also details how each and every one of us will have a role in building a force to accomplish our mission of eliminating explosive threats so the fleet and nation can win whenever, wherever and however it chooses.

We will achieve this through five strategic objectives:
• Develop the force to win against near-peer competitors and empowered non-state actors.
• Expand our advantage against competitors’ undersea threats.
• Capitalize on our unique ability to counter weapons of mass destruction.
• Grow expertise in the exploitation of next-generation weapons systems.
• Embolden allies and partner nation’s capabilities.

Check out the video to learn more and go to https://www.dvidshub.net/publication/issues/55912 to read the entire plan!

USS Nimitz (CVN 68) inbound to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command / U.S. 5th Fleet.  Your U.S. Navy #Expeditionary Sailor...
10/19/2020

USS Nimitz (CVN 68) inbound to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command / U.S. 5th Fleet.

Your U.S. Navy #Expeditionary Sailors at work; reinforcing blue-water lethality.

This is what #secure and #protect looks like.

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect
10/19/2020

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

Seabee Sharpshooters.

The Seabees of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion THREE conducted a rifle marksmanship qualification course on board Camp Hansen in Okinawa, Japan to hone in and demonstrate their rifle skills.

📸: MC2 Michael Lopez

#SeabeeCanDo #NavytheNationNeeds #SeabeeSharpshooter
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command CTF 75 Naval Construction Group ONE U.S. 7th Fleet U.S. Pacific Fleet U.S. Indo-Pacific Command U.S. Navy

Check out the cold-formed steel structure Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five built.#TinyHouse
10/16/2020

Check out the cold-formed steel structure Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five built.

#TinyHouse

Live!Fire!Exercise!#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect
10/15/2020

Live!Fire!Exercise!

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

10/15/2020

Seabees #Clear the way for a road in Tinian.

The Marpo Heights road improvement project is a Department of Defense innovative readiness training mission that leverages #DoD unit core capabilities combined with local resource contributions to produce mission-ready forces, civil-military #partnerships, and stronger #communities.

#Clear #Secure #Build #Protect

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