Information Dominance Corps
The U.S. Navy Information Dominance Corps (IDC) leads and manages a cadre of officers, enlisted, and civilian professionals who possess extensive skills in information-intensive fields. This corps works in information, intelligence, counterintelligence, human-derived information, networks, space, and oceanographic disciplines to support US Navy, Joint and national war fighting requirements. The IDC is part of a U.S. Navy initiative to merge intelligence with command, control, communications, and computers.
Gain a deep understanding of the inner workings of United States adversaries, develop unmatched knowledge of the battlespace, provide naval operating forces with sufficient over-match in wartime command and control, and project power through and across the network.
The Information Dominance Corps was created within the U.S. Navy in 2009 to more effectively and collaboratively lead and manage officers, enlisted, and civilian professionals who possess extensive skills in information-intensive fields. This corps of professionals works, trains and is educated in information, intelligence, counterintelligence, human-derived information, networks, space, and oceanographic disciplines. It is tasked with developing and delivering dominant information capabilities in support of U.S. Navy, Joint and national warfighting requirements.
The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance/Director of Naval Intelligence (OPNAV N2/N6) was designated as the leader of the IDC in 2009, representing a transition in the evolution of naval warfare, designed to elevate information as a main battery of Naval warfighting capabilities and establish Naval prominence in intelligence, cyber warfare, and information management.
Fleet Cyber Command/Tenth Fleet
The IDC is made up of Information Professional Officers (IP), Information Warfare (IW) officers, Intelligence Officers (INTEL), Oceanography Officers (METOC), Space Cadre, Aerographers Mates (AG), Cryptologic Technicians (CT), Intelligence Specialists (IS), Information Technicians (IT) and Navy civilians.