Task Force 75

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Navy Expeditionary Forces Command Pacific
Crest of NEFCPAC
Active 2014–Present
Country United States
Branch United States Navy
Type Command
Part of United States Seventh Fleet
Garrison/HQ Camp Covington, Guam
Nickname CTF 75, NEFCPAC

The Commander, Task Force 75 (CTF 75), properly named Navy Expeditionary Forces Command Pacific; or simply NEFCPAC (pronounced "nef-see-pack"), is a US Navy task force of the United States Seventh Fleet and is 7th Fleet's primary expeditionary task force composed of EOD, Coastal Riverine, and Seabee detachments. CTF 75 is responsible for the planning and execution of coastal riverine operations, explosive ordnance disposal, diving, engineering and construction, and underwater construction. Additionally, it provides direct support to diving and salvage operations and expeditionary intelligence throughout the Indo-Asia-Pacific region as directed by 7th Fleet.

CTF 75 is permanently headquartered at Camp Covington, Guam.


The following is a list of detachments under CTF 75 operational control:

Det name Homeport
EOD Mobile Unit Five Naval Base Guam
CRG-1 DET Guam Naval Base Guam
30th Naval Construction Regiment Port Hueneme, CA
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Okinawa Okinawa, Japan
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion DET Guam Naval Base Guam
Underwater Construction Team Two Port Hueneme, CA
Civil Action Team Palau Camp Katuu, Republic of Palau

Events & Milestones[edit]

  • 17 January 2014 - The US Navy sends out a notice "establishing Navy Expeditionary Forces Command Pacific" and begins gathering approvals from other type commands.
  • 01 July 2014 - NEFCPAC initial operational capability established.[1]
  • 09 January 2015 - NEFCPAC is officially established.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "US 7th Fleet's Newest Task Force Highlights Expeditionary Forces". www.Navy.mil. Chief Mass Communication Specialist Bleu Moore. Retrieved 8 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "CTF 75 Establishment Ceremony". YouTube. Joint Region Marianas. Retrieved 9 January 2015. 

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