Organization - Naval Security Group Command - NAVSECGRU

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Naval Security Group Command


Organization

Note: All NAVSECGRU Commands Have Now Been Renamed Navy Information Operations Commands (NIOCs)

The Naval Security Group Command, under the command of the Chief of Naval Operations, performs cryptologic and related functions; provides, operates, and maintains an adequate Naval Security Group; approves requirements for the use of existing Naval Security Group capabilities and resources; coordinates the execution of approved cryptologic programs; exercises command authority over, and is responsible for the primary support of, the shore activities of the Naval Security Group Command as a naval service-wide system; and provides such other activities and resources as may be assigned. Naval Security Group Activities [NSGA] and Detachments [NSGD] under the Commander, Naval Security Group Command, perform Naval Security Group functions as assigned.

The Navy Courier Service, under the Commander, Naval Security Group Command, operates a courier organization in support of the Defense Courier Service mission.

The Naval Security Station, under the Commander, Naval Security Group Command, provides logistics support for activities as designated by CNO and performs Naval Security Group and other functions as directed.

The Commander, Naval Security Group Command also reports to the Chief, Central Security Service (CSS) as the Navy Element Commander of the CSS and performs cryptologic functions at the National level as the Commander of the Navy's Service Cryptologic Element (SCE).

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Updated Tuesday, November 11, 1997 6:43:44 AM