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7 May 2002

T. writes: Sorry, but you are way wrong!  This is the command echelon (aka hierarchy). You really should remove this so people don't laugh at you.

Cryptome: Thanks for your note. I understood that the Navy's use of "echelon" is about command levels, as with most of the world's military. However, the NSGA units have been long associated with the Echelon snooping program by those who have researched the topic, such as James Bamford, Duncan Campbell, Jeffrey Richelson, and others -- several of the listed NSGA units are named in their publications. However, I agree that the file should have a note clarifying the difference between the two uses of "echelon" in the file, and I'll do that. Yes, we deserve being laughed at for our bloopers. If we knew what we were doing we probably would take ourselves so seriously we wouldn't even think of doing it.

3 May 2002
Source: http://neds.nebt.daps.mil/Directives/notices/5400_4_s.pdf

This list provides a handy guide to US global SIGINT facilities long associated with the Echelon communications interception program, which are staffed by Navy, Air Force and Army intelligence and COMSEC units. Note that two facilities are to be closed this year, and others once active are not on the list.


                                                       15 March 2002

                            SECTION 2

                  SHORE ACTIVITIES BY COMMAND

      SHORE ACTIVITIES AND DETACHMENTS UNDER THE COMMAND OF
                  THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS


[Excerpt, pp. 67-69.]

ECHELON CHAIN OF COMMAND
_______ ________________

1 	CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS

2 	COMMANDER, NAVAL SECURITY GROUP COMMAND, FORT MEADE, MD (00069)

	  (Officer in Charge, U.S. Naval Security Group Command
	  Detachment, London, England) (63031)

	  (Officer in Charge, U.S. Naval Detachment Combined Support
	  Group, Alice Springs, Australia) (32224)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Information Warfare Activity,
	Fort Meade, MD (46439)

	  (Officer in Charge, Naval Security Group Support Activity
	  Detachment Four, Molesworth, UK) (47885)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Sugar Grove, WV (31188)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Pensacola, FL (46830)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Bad Aibling, GE (41723)

	  (Officer in Charge, U. S. Naval Security Group Activity
	  Detachment, Digby, UK) (39899)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Rota, Spain (63913)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Menwith Hill, UK (41725)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity Denver,
	Aurora, CO (49763)

	  (Officer in Charge, Naval Security Group Detachment
	  Diego Garcia) (66986)

	  (Officer in Charge, Naval Security Group Detachment
	  Potomac, Washington, DC) (47446)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Fort Gordon, GA (41246)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity, Fort George
	G. Meade, MD (62936) 2nd Web source

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Groton, CT (65991)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Yokosuka, Japan (69027)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity, Medina,
	San Antonio, TX (49721)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Misawa, Japan (66752)

	  (Officer in Charge, U.S. Naval Security Group Detachment
	  Seoul, Korea) (46452)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Naples, Italy (63888)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Norfolk, VA (63902)

	  (Officer in Charge, Naval Security Group Activity
	  Detachment, NAS, Brunswick, ME (35293)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Pearl Harbor, HI (63901)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico (66754) (TO CLOSE ON
	30 SEPTEMBER 2002)

4 		Navy Exchange Officer, U.S. Navy Exchange Detachment,
		Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico (30417)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	Winter Harbor, ME (46437) (TO CLOSE ON 30 JUNE 2002)

4 		Navy Exchange Officer, Navy Exchange,
		Winter Harbor, ME (30948)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity, Kunia,
	Schofield Barracks, HI (43456)

	  (Officer in Charge, Naval Security Group Activity
	  Detachment, MCB Kaneohe Bay, HI) (44594)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity Whidbey
	Island, Oak Harbor, WA (30574)

  	  (Officer in Charge, Naval Security Group Detachment, Yakima
	  Research Station, Yakima, WA) (41724)

3 	Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity,
	Bahrain (48035)

3 	Commanding Officer, Naval Security Group Activity,
	San Diego, CA (63896)

3 	Commanding Officer, Fleet Information Warfare Center,
	Norfolk, VA (55722)

	  (Officer in Charge, Fleet Information Warfare Center
	  Detachment San Diego, VA) (55721)