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Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) Operations Officers pose for a photograph at the NECC sign in front of the command headquarters.
200930-N-BJ275-0003.JPG Photo By: Spencer R. Layne

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va - 200930-N-BJ275-0003 Virginia Beach, Va. (Sept. 30, 2020) Cmdr. Timothy Wallace (USN), Lt. Cmdr. John Massingill (USCG), and Maj. Collin Bel (USMC)l stand in front of Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va.The officers work together in NECC’s operations department (N3). 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 photo by Spencer Layne)


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