Tactical Support Center (TSC), Jacksonville
Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ELEVEN includes the Tactical Support Center, an ashore extension of the Joint Maritime Command Information System (JMCIS) which provides the Maritime Sector Commander (MSC) with the capability to plan, direct, and control tactical operations of forces under the commander's operational control in support of Naval Expeditionary Forces (NEF) and other assigned units within the commander's respective littoral and ocean areas of responsibility. These operations include all facets of expeditionary warfare: maritime and littoral surveillance, surface warfare; mine warfare; counter-drug; undersea warfare; search and rescue; and mission/warfare readiness training. TSC functions include mission planning; pre-flight and post-flight support of NEF aircraft; crew briefing/debriefing; on-station tactical direction and control of air and surface forces; information exchange with tactical forces of key ashore/afloat commanders; analysis, correlation and dissemination of intelligence, tactical and sensor data; resource management; and monitoring of operational readiness training and mobilization tasks.
Fleet Maritime Patrol Mobile Operations Control Center (FMP MOCC) Jacksonville is a sea duty component of Commander, Patrol Wing ELEVEN, under operational control of Commander, Patrol Wings, Atlantic. The mission consists of providing rapid deployable command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) support for multi-platform Naval expeditionary forces, contingency operations, and fleet exercises worldwide. FMP MOCC Jacksonville stood up on October 1, 1992, and has since made numerous and diverse deployments to Thule, Greenland, in support of scientific research; South America in support of Exercise UNITAS; Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in support of fleet operations; and Oceana, VA, in support of fleet exercises.
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