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Six Areas of Naval DoctrineCommand and control, Operations, Warfare, Logistics, Intelligence, Planning
Seven Principles of Naval LogisticsResponivness, Economy, Flexibility, Sustainability, Attainability, Survivability, Simplicity
1st Naval Vessel Named after Enlisted SailorUSS Osmond Ingram|| 15 Oct 1917 Died from torpedo, German U-61
3 Vessels at inception of the NavyShips-of-the-Line|| Sloops-of-War|| Frigates
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Voyage of the great white fleet16 Dec 1907 Feb 1909|| Theodore Roosevelt sent out 16 battleships (Hapmton roads, VA) to project sea power.
Battle of Coral Sea4-8 May 1942|| 1st Aircraft to Aircraft battle|| Lexington Sunk, Yorktown damaged|| Sank 1 Jap light carrier, Heavily damaged fleet carrier
Midway 4-7 June 1942|| Turning point in WWII in the Pacific|| Yorktown sunk|| "AF is short of water"
GuadalcanalAug 1942 - Feb 1943|| 1st major offensive action in Pacific war|| Involved Sea, Air, and Land Warfare
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Battle of Normandy (D-Day)06 JUN 1944|| Largest Amphibs Battle in History|| Weather played huge factor (delayed by one day)|| MILDEC operation attack on Normandy
Battle of Leyte Gulf23-26 OCT 1944|| Combo of 4 Naval Battles|| Jap last attempt to seize Philippines|| Severed their southern supply line virtually destroying their Navy
Landing at InchonSEPT 1950|| 'chromite' of plan to land on Inchon|| Accurate intel on waterways and enemy armament was critical to operations
Attack on USS LibertyJUN 1967|| Israelis 25 miles of coast of Gaza attacked Liberty during 6 day war|| Largest loss of life in cryptologic history (34 men)
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Mission of the NavyMaintain, Train, and equip combat ready naval forces, Deter aggretion; Maintain freedom of the seas;
NCANational Command Authority; President, SECDEF
OPCONOperational control; Authority to organize commands and forces in order to accomplish assigned missions.
ADCON Administrative control, Authority over subordinate or other organizations in organizing
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COCOMCombatant Command; Unified command; Broad, continuing mission
Navy COCOMNavy Combatant Commander; Command over all navy units in a COCOM
FLTCOMCommander of 1 of the 7 numbered fleets, and all it's components
TYCOMType command; commander of all the units of a specific type
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EUCOMEuropean Command; Stuttgart, Germany; Enhance transatlantic security
JFCOMJoint Forces Command; Hampton Roads VA; Combatting WMD, Conventional Warfare, Irregular Warfare
SOUTHCOMSouthern Command; Miami, FL; Countering Transnational Organized Crime in the Caribbean and South America
CENTCOMCentral Command; Tampa, FL; Enhancing stability of the countries in the central region of the world
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NORTHCOMNorthern Command; Colorado Springs, CO; Homeland Defense and Civil support in northern America
SOCOMSpecial Operations Command; Tampa, FL; Special Ops and anti-terrorism
TRANSCOMTransportation Command; Scott AFB, IL; Logistics support for all DOD components
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STRATCOM/USSTRATCOMStrategic Command; Offutt AFB, NE; Global Security, OPCON of JFCC's
AFRICOMAfrica Command; Stuttgart, Germany; Enhancing Stability in Africa
USCYBERCOMCyber Command; Fort Mead MD; CNO/Cyberspace
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CNO N2Director of Naval Intelligence; Navy Space ISR needs, coordinates with N6 for integration with Navy Battle space Awareness Requirements
CNO N6Communications Networks; Leader of the Navy Space Team for the CNO
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CNMOCCommander Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command
CNMOC LocationJohn C. Stennis Space Center, MS
CNMOC MissionProvide METOC intelligence to all levels of war
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NNWCNaval Network Warfare Command
NNWC LocationSuffolk, VA
NNWC JurisdictionSpace TYCOM
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JSOCJoint Space Operations Center
JSOC LocationVandenberg AFB, CA
JSOC MissionOperation employment of joint space forces
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NOAANational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NOAA LocationWashington D.C.
NOAA MissionStudy and predict changes in the Earth's environment
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NSOCNavy Space Operations Center
NSOC LocationDahlgren, VA
NSOC MissionOperational space support to the Navy and Marine Corps
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NAVCYBERFORVirginia Beach, VA; Man, Train, and Equip for Navy C4I mission
ONIOffice of Naval Intelligence; Suitland, MD; Maritime intelligence support
Office of the Oceanographer / Navigator of The NavyU.S. Naval Observatory, Washington D.C.; Resource sponsor for the Naval METOC Program, Deputy Administrator NOAA, and supports Navy's charting products and systems
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Instruction That Governs Naval Personel Security SECNAV M-5510.30
Color Code for ClassificationsTS = Orange, Secret = Red, SCI = Yellow, Confidential = Blue, Unclass = Green
TS CoversheetSF703
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Type of investigation needed and how often (TS/SCI)SSBI, 5 Years
Type of investigation needed and how often (Secret)NACLC (National Agency Check/Local Check), 10 Years
Type of investigation needed and how often (Confidential)NACLC (National Agency Check/Local Check), 15 Years
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Type of report issued if adverse information is revealed affecting security eligibilitySAER (Security Access Eligibility Report)
Who has Overall Access to a SCIFF?SSO (Special Security Officer)
When should you change safe combinations?Upon Installation, Combo is Compromised, Personnel Turnover, When Necessary
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FDOForeign Disclosure Office; Oversees Official interaction with foreigners (Disclosure of Classified Materials, Travel, Visits)
DCSDefense Courier Service; Transportation of Classified Materials above Secret
Preparing Classified Materials for TransportDouble wrapped with content list on the inside wrapping, Classification markings on inside wrapper, To and From address on outside wrapper only
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RAM (Not that ram)Random Anti-Terrorism Measure; Security precaution, changes features of installations security program.
EAPEmergency Acton Plan; Policy/Procedures for planning, protecting, and destroying classified material during emergency; Highest ranking can give order to preform it; Priority One (Crypto equip. and materials) Destroyed first.
Items Prohibited in a SCIFMedia(phones, iPods, Cameras, Beepers, etc... ); PC's; Thumb Drives; Weapons
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Security ViolationAn actual violation of security procedures
Practice Dangerous to SecurityNot an actual violation but could lead to breach of security
Max Hrs a T-SCIF can operate40 Hrs per month
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TPITwo Person Integrity; ensures classified info not disclosed; ESO couriers advancement exams
ICDIntelligence Community Directives; Given by Director of National Intelligence
NIOC Georgia SSOMs. Tabitha Redmond; Reports to CO
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CSMCommand Security Manager
CSM RequirementsMust be officer or GS-11 or higher; U.S. Citizen; SSBI with 5 years applying
CSM ResponsibilitiesReporting Violations; Liaison with the SSO; Visitor Control Procedures; Developing EAP; Advisor to CO
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JPASJoint Personnel Adjudication System; Database that holds security clearance information
DONCAFDepartment of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility; Determine who is eligible for security clearances
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Days a CO can suspend security access90 Days
If suspended more than 90 DaysMember must be re-indoctrinated
Kind of message submitted when CO suspends clearanceSAER Report
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INFOCONInformation Operations Condition
INFOCON Levels5 Levels; 5 = Normal Readiness Procedures; 1 = Maximum Readiness Procedures
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Fleet Forces Command (2nd Fleet) Atlantic; Training; Norfolk, VA
3rd FleetEastern & Central Pacific; San Diego, CA
4th Fleet Carribean/Central & South America; Mayport FL
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5th FleetMiddle East; Manama, Bahrain
6th FleetMediterranean Sea; Naples, IT
7th FleetWestern Pacific; Yokosuka, Japan
10th FleetCyber Space; Forts Mead, MD
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Purpose of IAProtect and Defend information systems and the data contained in them
CertificationEvaluation of security features of an information system; Established the extend to which it meets security requirements
AccreditationOfficial decision to permit operation of SCIF/IS in a specific environment under certain safegaurds
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DAADesignated Approving Authority; Assume responsibility for operating a system/network at acceptable risk
System Security PlanFormal Documents the describes the planned security tasks required to meet system/network security requirements
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SSAA (Acronym)System Security Authorization Agreement
SSAA (What is it)Document that represents formal agreement regarding security procedures between; DAA; Cert Authority; Program Manager; User Representative
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ATOApproval to Operate; Formal approval of an IS for operation
IATOInterim Approval to Operate; Temporary ATO for IS based on security evaluation; Good for 90 days with possible extension of 90 days
Configuration ManagementManages all changes to a site or IS during it's entire life-cycle
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Moving info from one domain to anotherEnsure a CAO reviews it and submits a help desk ticket
Risk managementProcess of balancing costs to achieve gains in protecting IS's to support an organization's mission
Assessments by Assistant SECDEF on Navy & Marine Corps WebsitesAnnually
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Attributes of IAConfidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Non-Repudiation, Authentication
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CAT IRoot Level Intrusion (most severe)
CAT IIUser Level Intrusion (Incident)
CAT IIIUnsuccessful Activity Attempt (Event)
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CAT IVDenial of Service (Incident)
CAT VNon-Compliance Activity (Event)
CAT VIReconnaissance (Event)
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CAT VIIMalicious Logic (Incident)
CAT VIIIInvestigating (Event)
CAT IXExplained Anomalies (Event)
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IAVAInformation Assurance Vulnerability Alert.; Notification when vulnerability may result in an immediate and potentially severe threat to DoD systems and information; Requires corrective action because of severity
IAVBInformation Assurance Vulnerability Bulletin; Addresses new vulnerabilities that do not pose an immediate risk to DON systems but noncompliance with corrective action could elevate risk
IAVTInformation Assurance Technical Advisory; Technical advisories address new vulnerabilities that are low risk to DON systems
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CTOComputer Tasking Order; summary/highlights of computer incidents or addressing immediate threats; issued by NAVCIRT
NTDNavy Telecommunications Directive; Bulletins and advisories issued by COMNAVNETWARCOM
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Service PackCollection of updates, fixes, and/or enchantments to a software program
Vulnerability AssessmentSystematic explanation of an IS's security measures, weaknesses, and adequacy of newly implemented security measures
Vulnerability vs. ThreatVulnerability = Weakness or flaw in software or OS that a threat will try to exploit; Threat = A malicious file or program that exploits a vulnerability
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Responsibilities of the IAMInformation Assurance Manager; Responsible for the IA program within a command, site, or enclave; Creating the site accreditation package; function as the command's focal point for IA matters on behalf of the DAA
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Red Cross Message, Notify a service member ifDeath in family, Terminal Illness, Birth Announcement
INMARSATInternational Maritime Satellite; Used for Maritime communications
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GINGERBREADWhen an unauthorized entity/operator is recognized on the circuit
BEADWINDOWWhen someone has disclosed something on the network that they shouldn't have; Only response is "Roger Out"
RIVER CITYTransmission control condition used to control communications for the purpose of OPSEC and force protection
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EEFI (Acronym)Essential Elements of Friendly Information
EEFI (What is it)Information/Vulnerability that the adversary could use in order to gain an advantage; Position, EW, Personnel, Capabilities, COMSEC, Operations, Wrong Circuit (PEPCOW)
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JSIRJoint Spectrum Interference Resolution; Handles jamming
Types of Spectrum InterferenceMeaconing, Intrusion, Jamming
UTCCoordinated Universal Time, Referred to as Zulu Time, Successor to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
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PLAPlain Language Address, Simplifies characters for addressing, ex (NIOC GA's PLA = NAVIOCOM Georgia)
3 Main Components of Standard Navy MessagePreamble, Body, Postamble
OPTASK COMMS MessageUsed by all U.S. Navy and Allies Navies to distribute afloat communications plans
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