Over the past ten years the Naval Security Group Command (NavSecGruCom)—responsible for the Navy's cryptology—has become a costly burden to the Navy. Loescher examines the present state of the Command.
For more than 75 years, Navy cryptology has been going down to the sea in ships and providing unique intelligence and targeting data. Now, over the past ten years-lost in organization nostalgia and shackled by a myopic vision of the past and the future—the Naval Security Group Command (NavSecGruCom) has become a costly burden to the Navy. Here is the present state of NavSecGruCom: