National Reconnaissance Operations Center
The United States' National Reconnaissance Operations Center (NROC) is the focal point for the National Reconnaissance Office's current operations and for time-sensitive space-borne intelligence reporting for the United States Intelligence Community (USIC). The NROC was created in response to the September 11th terrorist attacks.
NROC serves as a back-up to the Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC), located at Vandenberg AFB, California. New York's 222d Command and Control Squadron (222 CACS) provides personnel augmentation to NROC.
- White House Situation Room
- National Operations Center (NOC)
- National Military Command Center (NMCC)
- Alternate National Military Command Center (ANMCC)
- National SIGINT Operations Center (NSOC)
- Defense Special Missile & Astronautics Center (DEFSMAC)
- Terrorist Threat Integration Center
- 222d Command and Control Squadron (New York Air National Guard)
- Horne, Jeffrey: "Transforming National Space Security: Enabling DoD and Intelligence Community Defensive Space Control Collaboration"
- Large, Scott: "National Security Space Collaboration as a National Defense Imperative"
- New York State Division of Military & Naval Affairs: "New York Air National Guard Activates Central New York Reconnaissance Unit", 5 Dec 2008
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