Large scale exercise 21


forward arming & refueling point

NCF’s rapid construction capabilities deliver forward arming and refueling points and provide force protection infrastructure that ensures force survivability.  Together, these Expeditionary Logistics forces conduct ordnance offload and onload operations afloat, receive and issue ammunition, fuel, and critical supplies, and transport much-needed materiel support to the point of need. 

uuv recon iso amphibious operations

In the undersea and surface maritime domains, Navy EOD integrates a fleet of increasingly autonomous unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV), remote operated vehicles and towed sensors with ever-increasing accuracy to search, identify, and dispose of threats at the speed of relevance to the fleet.

expeditionary mine countermeasures

Navy EOD has always been a tailored tool to get, and keep, the fleet in the fight. Today, these warriors carry on this mission by clearing the full range of explosive threats, including mines, improvised explosive devices, unexploded ordnance, weaponized chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear threats, and other man-made and natural hazards.

Expeditionary salvage

EOD’s Mobile Diving and Salvage Units clear harbors of navigation hazards, engage in underwater search and recovery operations, and perform limited underwater repairs on ships.


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