Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic
The center provides knowledge superiority to joint warfighters and peacekeepers through the development, acquisition and life cycle support of effectively integrated Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, Information Technology (IT) and Space capabilities.
SSC Charleston is one of five field activities of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR). SPAWAR (pronounced spay-war) and its systems centers provide much of the tactical and non-tactical information management technology required by the Navy to complete its operational missions.
SPAWAR also designs Air Particulate Detector (APD) monitors for the US Navy Nuclear fleet to detect airborne radioactive contamination.
The other four activities are:
- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Norfolk
- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego
- ITC New Orleans
- Space Field Activity
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