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ONI Raises More than $25,000 for Charity with Help from Pups
December 13, 2021
— Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) employees have now raised $25,439 for charities through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), making both monetary donations and volunteer pledges...
Honoring Navy Intel’s Fallen on the 20th Anniversary of the Sept. 11 Attacks
September 10, 2021
— Suitland, Md. – On Sept. 10, 2021, families, friends, and colleagues gathered at the National Maritime Intelligence Center (NMIC) to mark the 20th anniversary of the loss of eight Naval Intelligence shipmates serving at the Chief of Naval Operations Intelligence Plot (CNO-IP) during the attacks on the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. In his opening...
Rear Adm. Curt Copley assumed command of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) and directorship of the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO).
June 28, 2021
— Copley Assumes Command of Office of Naval IntelligenceBy ONI Public Affairs Rear Adm. Curt Copley assumed command of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) and directorship of the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) on June 18. It is Copley’s second tour serving as a commanding officer at ONI after leading ONI’s Kennedy...
ONI Change of Command
May 3, 2021
— Rear Adm. Gene Price (left) relieved Rear Adm. Kelly Aeschbach (right) as commander, Office of Naval Intelligence, in a change of command ceremony May 3 at the National Maritime Intelligence Center in Suitland, Md. Vice Adm. Jeffrey Trussler (center), deputy chief of naval operations for Information Warfare and director of Naval Intelligence, was the presiding officer...
Reinventing the Chiefs Initiation in the Time of COVID
March 5, 2021
— This year’s initiation process of transitioning select senior enlisted personnel to the rank of chief petty officer was like no previous iteration and required a new approach—a virtual initiation—and the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) led the way...
Naval Intelligence Honors Fallen Shipmates during Sept. 11 Ceremony
September 11, 2019
— (Sept. 11, 2019) Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) Commander Rear Adm. Kelly Aeschbach and retired Capt. Tom Bortmes lay a memorial wreath during a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony at the National Maritime Intelligence Center. The ceremony honors eight ONI shipmates who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks at the Pentagon. Bortmes was ONI’s...
Rear Admiral Aeschbach Assumes Command at ONI, NMIO
June 17, 2019
— Rear Adm. Kelly Aeschbach relieved Rear Adm. Gene Price as Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence in a June 17 ceremony held at the National Maritime Intelligence Center in Suitland, Md. She also assumed directorship of the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office where she will serve as principal advisor to the Director of National...
Nimitz, Kennedy Welcome New Commanding Officers
May 17, 2019
— Captain Michael Hannan assumed command of the Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center on May 17, relieving Capt. Sean Kelley, who served as the Nimitz commanding officer for the last two years. The ceremony was one of two command changes in May that welcomed new commanding officers to two of ONI’s Centers of Excellence.On May 21, Capt. Andrew...
Office of Naval Intelligence Celebrates 137th Anniversary
March 27, 2019
— ONI celebrated its 137th anniversary recognizing 10 civilians and five Sailors with awards in an annual ceremony. ONI Commander Rear Adm. Gene Price presided over the event and recalled how the ONI has changed since its beginning. “In 1882 when the Office of Naval Intelligence stood up, the office went out and started looking at what other navies...