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  2. Navy Marine Corps Intranet - Wikipedia

    The NMCI blocking policy is determined by various operational commands, such as the Naval Network Warfare Command, and enforced by the Global Network Operations Center, based in Norfolk. Blocked sites are redirected to a notification page which then links to a page on NMCI's homeport Web site.

  3. National Center for Medical Intelligence - Wikipedia

    The National Center for Medical Intelligence ( NCMI ) ; formerly known as the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center ) is a component of the United States Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) responsible for the production of medical intelligence and all-source intelligence on foreign health threats and other medical issues to protect U.S. …

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  5. Naval Station Everett - Wikipedia

    Naval Station Everett (NAVSTA Everett) is a military installation located in the city of Everett, Washington, 25 miles (40 km) north of Seattle.The naval station, located on the city's waterfront on the northeastern end of Puget Sound, was designed as a homeport for a US Navy carrier strike group and opened in 1994.

  6. Naval Station New York - Wikipedia

    Opened in 1990, it was part of the Reagan administration 's Strategic Homeport program. The station had two sections: a Strategic Homeport in Stapleton where ships docked, and a larger section occupying Fort Wadsworth, where administrative offices and bachelor and family housing were located.

  7. Naval Construction Battalion Center Port Hueneme - Wikipedia

    Naval Construction Battalion Center Port Hueneme. Naval Construction Battalion Center Port Hueneme, operated as an independent base from 1942 to 2000 as the West Coast home port of the Navy ’s Construction Battalions. In 2000, the CBC merged with nearby Naval Air Station Point Mugu to form Naval Base Ventura County .

  8. Naval Station Mobile - Wikipedia

    Naval Station Mobile is a former station of the United States Navy. It opened in 1985 during the creation of the Strategic Homeport program under the administration of President Ronald Reagan. In 1991, the homeport was closed, as part of declining funding under the Base Realignment and Closure Commission (1989). [1] References [ edit]

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