|Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Far East, Yokosuka, Japan|
Operates, maintains, and manages communications resources in the Western Pacific Region to sustain connectivity to the warfighter for information superiority.
|Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Sicily Italy|
NAVCOMTELSTA SICILY is located on Naval Air Station Sigonella. We are the focal point for expanding fleet communications in the Mediterranean area.
|Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Diego Garcia, BIOT|
Provider of integrated voice, video and data support enabling the success of the war fighter - deployed, afloat and ashore.
|Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Iceland|
The U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Iceland (NCTSI) is a link in the Defense Communications System (DCS) supporting the rapid dissemination of information products throughout the U.S. Navy and supported commands and agencies.
|Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Jacksonville, FL|
NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville provides the Navy infrastructure and support services required for rapid and reliable voice and data communications for the Southeast region.
|Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Pensacola, FL|
Providing secure messaging to subscriber commands located throughout the Southeastern United States.
|Streamlined Automated Logistics Transmission System (SALTS) Project|
SALTS aboard a ship or at a shore site accumulates data from various sources within the activity (i.e., requisitions from the SNAP system, payroll data, from UMIDS, and messages from MTF). Each data file is assigned a unique name and then compressed to about one-third its original size. The data is then encrypted and transmitted to SALTS Central at the NAVICP, Philadelphia, PA.