National Military Command Center [NMCC] Law and Legal Definition

National Military Command Center (NMCC) is the center responsible for generating Emergency Action Messages to launch control centers, nuclear submarines, recon aircraft, and battlefield commanders worldwide. NMCC is located in the Joint Staff area of the Pentagon. The functions of NMCC include continuous operation monitoring, reporting, training, maintenance management, and coordination for all communications-electronics acti­vities and systems supporting the NMCC. NMCC also ensure minimum essential National Military Command System connectivity for the Single Integrated Operational Plan execution, worldwide situation monitoring, and crisis management.