Strategic Plan
Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (CNMOC)

Executing the Mission


U.S. forces are so superior in knowing, predicting and exploiting the physical environment in operations that our adversaries avoid us — or are destroyed when they don't. 

LINES OF EFFORT

  • Oceanography — measuring, understanding and predicting to improve decision-making

  • Meteorology — modeling and characterizing to ensure fleet safety and effectiveness

  • Hydrography — surveying and charting the oceans for safety of navigation and tactical superiority

  • Astrometry — precise time and astrometry provides foundational standards for navigation, targeting, communications and assured command and control

FOCUS AREAS

  • Execute the mission

  • Commit to our people

  • Continually foster innovation

  • Enhance messaging

  • Advance information warfare

  • Strengthen partnerships

 
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