The Operations Department consists of three divisions; Plans, Air Logistics and Communications. The Plans and Air Logistics Divisions each performs a variety of important functions that affect nearly all Navy commands in the Western Pacific.
CFAF is the primary planner for all Navy intra-theater air logistics contingency operations in the Seventh Fleet Area of Responsibility (AOR). Planning encompasses multiple platform support for US Navy and US Marine Corps units afloat and ashore for a variety of contingencies. The Plans Division is also responsible for Force Protection issues.
CFAF Air Logistics (AIRLOGS):
CFAF NALO is responsible for the scheduling of all Navy airlift support in the Western Pacific, utilizing C-130 Hercules, C-40 Clipper, C-9 Sky Train, C-20 Gulfstream and C-12 Huron aircraft assigned to CFAF from various Naval reserve support squadrons located throughout the Unites States and Naval Air facilities in WESTPAC. NALO is directly responsible for flying over 15,000 passengers and 1,000,000 lbs. of cargo annually.
The Communications Division is directly responsible for ensuring compliance with DoD and SECNAV policies and directives regarding Automated Information Systems, Information Assurance and Information Infrastructures for the staff and seven subordinate commands located in the Indian Ocean, Japan and Guam.