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  2. Fleet Electronic Warfare Center - Wikipedia

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    The Fleet Electronic Warfare Center ( FEWC) is an organization established by Naval Network Warfare Command (NNWC) in 2008 to be the center for US Navy fleet electronic warfare (EW) operational and tactical issues. It is currently located at Navy Information Dominance Forces (NIDF) Headquarters, in Suffolk, VA as an independent directorate.

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  4. Navy Electronics Laboratory - Wikipedia

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    The U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory ( NEL) was created in 1945, with consolidation of the naval radio station, radar operators training school, and radio security activity [1] of the Navy Radio and Sound Lab (NRSL) and its wartime partner, the University of California Division of War Research. NEL’s charter was “ to effectuate the solution ...

  5. Defense Message System - Wikipedia

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    The Defense Message System or Defense Messaging System (DMS) is a deployment of secure electronic mail and directory services in the United States Department of Defense.DMS was intended to replace the AUTODIN network, and is based on implementations of the OSI X.400 mail, X.500 directory and X.509 public key certificates, with several extensions to meet the specific needs of military messaging.

  6. United States Navy systems commands - Wikipedia

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    The systems commands, abbreviated as SysCom or SYSCOM, are the materiel agencies of the United States Department of the Navy, responsible for the design, construction, and maintenance of military systems such as ships, aircraft, facilities, and weapons. The systems commands replaced the Navy bureau system in 1966 and report to the Assistant ...

  7. List of U.S. Navy acronyms - Wikipedia

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    ASW – Anti-Submarine Warfare. ASWO – Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer. AT – Annual Training (U.S. Navy Reserve, type of active duty orders, typically less than 30 days) AT – Aviation Electronics Technician [1] ATS – Auxiliary, Towing and Salvage, class/type of ship. AUTEC – Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center.

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