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Naval Support Command

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Naval Support Command is one of three command components of the Irish Naval Service responsible for supporting all operations of the Naval Service, both on land and at sea. Headed by Officer Commanding Naval Support Command (OCNSC), who reports directly to the head of the Irish Naval Service, Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service (FOCNS) Commodore Hugh Tully, the Naval Support Command oversees the personnel, logistical and technical resources of the NS, allowing the service to meets its operational and training commitments. As part of NSC there are four departments within that provide various support services.
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