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Man, Train and Equip deployable, combat-ready Naval Aviation forces that win in combat


  1. Warfighting
  2. People
  3. Readiness

Focus Areas

Current Readiness

Improve aircraft availability and Full Mission Capable rates to meet training and warfighting demand.
Attract, hone and retain the best, most highly motivated and talented warriors and support their families.
Prepare our people to safely and flawlessly execute all duties on deck and in the air.

Leading Every Day

Military professionals master their craft and improve every day.
Leaders at every level act with unimpeachable character and do the right thing—all the time—every time.
Leaders accomplish missions as a team, empower subordinates and are accountable for their actions up and down the chain of command.

Future Readiness

Grow and sustain our equipment and people to meet all future warfighting requirements.
Develop, test, train and operationalize equipment, people and tactics for joint, networked, high-end combat against an evolving threat. Innovate.
Accurately define requirements and influence full resourcing with accurate date and facts through aligned and unified messaging.
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