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Caring for the Whole Sailor
By NECC Public Affairs | Nov. 9, 2020
In anticipation of Warrior Care Month Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) Recovery Care Management (RCM) program hosted a virtual Tidewater Traumatic brain Injury (TBI) working group on Nov. 5th.
The purpose of the event was to bring together medical and mental health providers from leading TBI treatment facilities, Navy command medical and mental health providers, and respective wounded warrior representatives to discuss and collaborate on the full spectrum of TBI care for Tidewater-area service members to bolster the level of support and care they receive.
 

Capt. Daniel Packer, assigned to Commander, Submarine Force Atlantic, explains operations in the control room of the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Albany (SSN 753) to Rear Adm. Thadeu Lobo, commander, Brazilian Submarine Force, at Naval Station Norfolk, Oct. 27, 2020. The annual staff talks between submarine forces was established to foster cooperation through the chief of naval operation’s directed engagement plan. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Alfred Coffield)
Commander, Submarine Forces Hosts Staff Talks with Brazilian Naval Delegation
By Submarine Forces Public Affairs | Oct. 30, 2020
Commander, U.S. Submarine Forces, Vice Adm. Daryl Caudle, hosted delegates from the Brazilian Navy for Submarine Staff Talks in Norfolk, Virginia, Oct. 27-29.
 

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Award Winning Intelligence Work
By Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Public Affairs | Oct. 28, 2020

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) announced the first annual CDR Jack Graf Expeditionary Intelligence Unit Award winners on Oct. 21.

 

Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) ONE and Intelligence Exploitation Team (IET) 9 were the units presented with the new award.


201023-N-VE024-0002 Virginia Beach, Va. (Oct. 9, 2020) Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class Daniel Beckman engaged in hand-to-hand combat during the confidence course as part of Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command’s Red Man training with Intelligence Specialist Clayton Bradley (red suit). NEIC is a subordinate command under Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) and represents the Navy’s only unit of deployable multi-disciplined intelligence and cryptologic warfare professionals operating globally, employing expeditionary tactics, techniques, and procedures to conduct intelligence operations across the operational spectrum to answer priority intelligence requirements for the fleet. NECC is responsible for organizing, manning, training, equipping, and sustaining the Navy Expeditionary Combat Force (NECF) to execute combat, combat support, and combat service support missions across the full spectrum of naval, joint, and combined operations which enable access from the sea and freedom of action throughout the sea-to-shore and inland operating environments. (U.S. Navy photo by Intelligence Specialist Chief Tabitha Freeman)
Pushing Through, When Pushed to the Limit
By Ens. Blaine DaPra | Oct. 26, 2020
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 type of training that expeditionary Sailors assigned to Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command (NEIC) participated in this October.
 

201023-N-VE024-0001 Virginia Beach, Va. (Oct. 23, 2020) The battle lab at Navy Expeditionary Warfare Development Center (EXWDC), a subordinate command of Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). NECC is responsible for organizing, manning, training, equipping, and sustaining the Navy Expeditionary Combat Force (NECF) to execute combat, combat support, and combat service support missions across the full spectrum of naval, joint, and combined operations which enable access from the sea and freedom of action throughout the sea-to-shore and inland operating environments. The Navy Expeditionary Combat Force (NECF) is postured to anticipate and rapidly respond to the changing security environment. NECF’s warfighting capabilities as a whole are greater than the sum of its individual parts, and NECF ensures the integrated naval force continues to dominate on the high seas and across the littorals in an era of Great Power Competition. The NECF is manned, trained, and equipped to clear, secure, build, and protect critical assets and waterways in order to execute full spectrum military operations in support of the Fleet and Joint Force. (U.S. Navy graphic by Lt. Cmdr. Amber Lewis)
The Future is Now: A Battle Lab Experience
By John Abbott and Benjamin Luciano | Oct. 23, 2020
It looks like a room out of a science fiction movie.
 
Rows of the latest computers are surrounded by large screens, nearly every wall in the room has one.  In this room teams of decision makers receive and send information to expeditionary forces around the world in a real-world training program like no other.
 
 

NSC News Stories

Navy Gives Facelift to Operational Risk Management Courses
By Leslie Tomaino, Naval Safety Center Safety Promotions | Oct. 23, 2020
The Navy has given their Operational Risk Management (ORM) courses a facelift and I believe you will
National Safety Council Recognizes Navy Safety Professional as 'Rising Star'
By Stephanie Slater, Naval Safety Center Safety Promotions | Oct. 22, 2020
The National Safety Council (NSC) recently recognized a Navy safety community member as a 2020 “Rising Star of Safety,” and highlighted his accomplishments in the October issue of NSC’s Safety+Health magazine.
Navy, Marine Corps reach ‘unprecedented milestone’
By Amy Robinson, Naval Safety Center Safety Promotions | Oct. 19, 2020
For the first time in recorded naval aviation history, the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps closed out the
Deputy ASN for Safety Launches Webinar Series
By Becky Coleman, Naval Safety Center Safety Promotions | Oct. 9, 2020
The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (DASN) for Safety has launched a new online safety awareness initiative aimed at increasing collaboration and information sharing amongst Sailors, Marines and civilian employees in the Department of the Navy.

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