MCEN

AcronymDefinition
MCENMarine Corps Enterprise Network
MCENMarine and Coastal Educators Network (est. 1998; South Africa)
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The MPY process, through the collaborative efforts of MCSC, MCTSSA, MARFORCYBER, and HQMC C4 promises to be the catalyst to improving MCEN interoperability, performance, and overall cyber resiliency in an ever challenging and complex warfighting environment.
If you go back in just a few years of the history of Marine Corps C4, this process of taking back our network and getting to this idea of a seamless Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) goes all the way back to Maj.
Maj Nicholas Webb, officer in charge, MCEN Operations Branch, MCNOSC for leading the establishment of a Marine Corps Enterprise Network Integration Branch, resulting in a task organized team to transition new technologies into production with minimal cost and disruption to existing services.
Q: Can you talk about your priorities in how to make the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) a seamless network?
Maj Nicholas Webb, Officer in Charge, MCEN Operations Branch, MCNOSC for leading the establishment of a MCEN Integration Branch, resulting in a task organized team to transition new technologies into production with minimal cost and disruption to existing services.
The Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) remains the Corps' general service, common user network environment enabling MAGTF C2 (Marine Air-Ground Task Force command and control), business, intelligence, and enterprise services systems, applications and users.
At this time, there are a number of major information technology (IT) infrastructure and services initiatives underway across the DON, including the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN), Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN), and Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES).
Efforts in this area include: the stand up of NGEN, Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES), Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) and Marine Air Ground Task Force Command and Control (MAGTF C2) concept, as well as the stand up of the CNO's information dominance initiatives.
The Wide Area Network and Enterprise Services ETA consists of various IT assets that will directly replace and refresh existing Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) infrastructure items for approximately 30,000 users.
This is an exciting time for naval networks with both NGEN, the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN), and the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES), delivering improved security and warfighting capabilities across the DON operational spectrum.