I created this video to provide my friends, family, and colleges an insight into what I do for the U.S. Navy.  It is a fairly difficult subject to get across and a very vast area to attempt to master let alone explain.  The goal of the video is to provide the reason the Information Dominance Corps (IDC) was created, the composition and it’s mission.  The other goal is to expose more individuals to the main points in the numerous documents that are created yet not fully understood within the Navy and even within the IDC itself.  There is simply to much written text and too little time.  This translates to a lack of communication to our most tactical levels.  In turn the goals and mission is not fully understood and thus not fully supported or successful.  I hope this video helps to mitigate these generational communication issues.

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