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    • Unclassified Approved for Public Release Eric L. Villalobos Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command Overview Naval Oceanography Program Uniting the World through Oceanography
    • U.S. Mapping and Charting Responsibilities
      • U.S. Department of Commerce
      • NOAA – Hydrography/National Shoreline surveys for legal boundaries, Tides and Currents, Nautical Charts for U.S. Territorial waters (to U.S. EEZ 200 nautical mile limit)
      • U.S. Department of Defense
      • Army Corps of Engineers – Dredging and maintenance of navigable channels and inland navigable waterways
      • CNMOC – OHB Military Surveys international waters
      • Nat’l Geospatial Intelligence Agency – Charting Authority for DoD
      • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
      • Coast Guard – Maintenance of maritime Aids to Navigation
      • FEMA – Disaster Response and Floodplain Mapping
      • U.S. Department of Interior
      • U.S. Geological Survey – Interior to coastline base maps
    • Naval Oceanography Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command Chief of Naval Operations Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command Small Footprint Forward – Extensive Reachback Support NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHY OPERATIONS COMMAND U.S. NAVAL OBSERVATORY FLEET NUMERICAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY CENTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICE Fleet Survey Team National Ice Center
    • Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC)
      • CNMOC Watch Floor
        • 24/7 operations
        • Central reachback site
        • Coordinate time-sensitive METOC support
        • Data fusion
          • PLANNING
          • OPERATIONS
      • Operate global and regional meteorological and oceanographic models
      • Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Detachment Asheville
      The Navy’s Operational Supercomputing Center
    • U.S. Naval Observatory (USNO)
      • Precise Time
        • Official DoD Time
        • Fundamental to operations
        • Precise Geolocation and Time (x,y,z,t)
      • Astrometry
        • Navigation
      • Earth Orientation
        • GPS Constellation
      • Astronomical Applications
        • Navigation: Nautical, Air Almanacs
        • High-Precision Applications: Astronomical Almanac
    • Naval Oceanographic Office 6 2 9 761 778 Officers Chiefs Junior Enlisted Civilians Total
    • Core Competencies Approved for Public Release Naval Oceanographic Office 2011 HYDROGRAPHY BATHYMETRY GEOPHYSICS ACOUSTICS PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY REMOTE SENSING
    • Collection and Processing Assets Approved for Public Release Naval Oceanographic Office 2011 Military Survey Ships (T-AGS) w/HSL Fleet Survey Team (FST) CHARTS (Airborne LIDAR) Underwater Autonomous Vehicles (UUV) / Sea Gliders Tethered Vehicles Naval Platforms (TTS) Satellites Maury Library High Performance Computing (MSRC) National and International Data Exchange Agreements Data Warehouse
    • TAGS-60 Class Approved for Public Release Naval Oceanographic Office 2011 Length: 329 ft (100 m) Beam: 58 ft (18m) Draft 19 ft (6 m) Endurance: 12,000nmi@12knt: Displacement: 5000 tons (4535 metric tons) Measurement Buoy Seismic Profiling Magnetic Intensity Regulated Power System Data Processing Vertical Reference Acoustic Release System Satellite Navigation (GPS) UNCLASSIFIED
    • Ocean Gliders Approved for Public Release Naval Oceanographic Office 2011 Weight 110 lb Hull Dia. 30 cm Length 2.8 m (w/1-m antenna) Horiz. Speed 0.6 knots Max Depth 1000 m Theoretical - Endurance 6 months Range 4000 km Power Lithium Comms Iridium Sensors Temp-Salinity-Optics In Situ Glider Data Ocean Models
    • Approved for Public Release Naval Oceanographic Office 2011 Regional Local Global Ocean Circulation Modeling
      • Navy Layered Ocean Model (NLOM)
      • Global Navy Coastal Ocean Model (NCOM)
      • 3D full physics forecast models
      • Shallow Water Analysis & Forecast System (SWAFS)
      • East Asian Seas NCOM
      • Relocatable-NCOM
      • High resolution 3D forecast models
      • ADCIRC
      • PC-Tides
      • HydroMap
      • RMA2
      • 2D, rapidly placed coastal & estuary models
    • International Agreements For Data Exchange And Cooperative Surveys Approved for Public Release Naval Oceanographic Office 2011 HONDURAS JAMAICA NICARAGUA PANAMA PERU TRINIDAD & TOBAGO VENEZUELA NORTHCOM CANADA MEXICO CENTCOM BAHRAIN PACOM AUSTRALIA INDONESIA MALAYSIA NEW ZEALAND PHILIPPINES SOUTH KOREA THAILAND SOUTHCOM BELIZE COLOMBIA COSTA RICA DOMINICAN REP. ECUADOR EL SALVADOR GUATEMALA EUCOM ALBANIA FRANCE GERMANY GREECE ICELAND ISRAEL MOROCCO PORTUGAL TUNISIA TURKEY UNITED KINGDOM
    • Strengthening Partnerships & Security Enhance Information Sharing & Interoperability DIMAR/CIOH Colombia Oceanographic SPS 2010
    • Strengthening Partnerships & Security Enhance Information Sharing & Interoperability Oceanographic SPS 2010 DHN/CHM Brazil
    • Strengthening Partnerships & Security Enhance Information Sharing & Interoperability Oceanographic SPS 2011 Chile
    • Strengthening Partnerships & Security Enhance Information Sharing & Interoperability Oceanographic SPS 2011 Peru