Sonar Technician (Surface) 3rd Class Michael E. Dysthe stands watch in the combat information center during a anti-submarine warfare exercise aboard the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62).
Sonar Technician (Surface) 3rd Class Michael E. Dysthe stands watch in the combat information center during a anti-submarine warfare exercise aboard the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62). Chancellorsville is on patrol with the USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. 160621-N-XQ474-112, PHILIPPINE SEA (JUNE 21, 2016)

Assist and Assess Team

We partner with fleet commanders, their maritime operations center (MOC) staffs and coordinates with other Navy, joint, interagency and multinational commands/organizations in order to enhance the Navy’s maritime command, control and readiness at the operational level of war (OLW). This is accomplished through tailored operational-level assistance and education to fleet staffs at the MOC sites, identification and sharing of challenges to maritime C2 and relevant effective practices, and fusing of doctrine and practices. Additionally, the AAT works in coordination with United States Fleet Forces Command to provide on-site support during major exercises to improve Navy OLW proficiency and support the evolution of maritime command and control.

The Naval War College Assist and Assess Team (AAT) partners with fleet commanders, their staffs and coordinates with other Navy, joint, Interagency and multinational commands/organizations to:

  • Identify and develop solutions to challenges to maritime command and control
  • Provide tailored assistance and education to fleet staffs and other designated audiences (e.g. Reserve detachments, etc.)
  • Share current and relevant effective practices
  • Support the revision of in-house curriculum to reflect relevant observations from Fleet visits
  • Fuse existing and emerging doctrine and practices and
  • Work in coordination with United States Fleet Forces Command to provide on-site support during major exercises to improve Navy operational level of war (OLW) proficiency and support the evolution of maritime command and control.

U.S. Naval War College Assist and Assess Team can be contacted by sending an email to: nwcaat@usnwc.edu.

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