In the spirit of Station HYPO and Captain Joseph Rochefort, this represents our ability to search for, find, and exploit enemy intelligence technologies no matter where they reside in the electro-magnetic spectrum. This requires tenacity, perseverance, and patience. Our focus here is to find -- we will find the enemy and pass actionable data to forward deployed forces.
For information to be considered intelligence it must first be analyzed. Analysis consists of both detailed examination and thoughtful interpretation. Each one of you brings unique tradecraft, abilities, and experiences tot eh team; those intellectual skills are critical to this effort and are thus the commands' greatest asset.
For us to be tactically effective and relevant, our intelligence products must be a result of concise, efficient, and collaborative engagement efforts with the Fleet and combat forces, to include communication, dissemination, and threat warning.
Our guiding principles are well-established as the Navy's core values - Honor, Courage, and Commitment. We will continue to instill our core values in every NIOC Colorado Sailor by fostering teamwork and open communications, by valuing integrity and honesty, and by making full-use of the resources at hand.