Among the claims is that McKinnon disabled computers at the US naval Weapons Station Earle immediately after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
What does NWSE stand for?
NWSE stands for Naval Weapons Station Earle (New Jersey)
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- Northwest Sign Council
- North West Society of Chartered Accountants (UK)
- Near West Side Conservation Council (est. 1960; Illinois)
- Northwest State Community College (Archbold, OH)
- Northwest-Shoals Community College (Alabama)
- Naval Weapons Station Charleston (US Navy)
- Northwest Sports Divers (Kenmore, Washington)
- New Water Soluble Derivative of Amphotericin B
- National Water Supply and Drainage Board (Sri Lanka)
- National Water Sector Development Strategy (Tanzania)
- New World Sex Education (various locations)
- Northwest Science Expo (Intel; Portland State University, Oregon)
- Northwest Student Exchange (est. 1987; Seattle, WA)
- Naval Weather Service Environmental Detachment
- Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development
- National Weather Service Employees Organization
- National Water Supply Expansion Program (Canada)
- Northwest Science Expo System
- National Wheelchair Sports Fund (Palm Beach, FL)
- Naval Weather Service Facility
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US authorities claim he also deleted critical operating system files and logs from computers at US Naval Weapons Station Earle in New Jersey - one of which was used for monitoring the location and battle-readiness of navy ships.
Among the most serious charges are that he deleted system files and logs at US naval weapons station Earle, in the immediate aftermath of the September 11 attacks, rendering the base's entire network of more than 300 computers inoperable.
Wasp (LHD 1) was on her way to Naval Weapons Station Earle, N.
By the time the ship reached Naval Weapons Station Earle, NJ, on Friday and loaded about 500 more sailors, Comfort received orders to change missions.
US authorities claim he also deleted critical operating system files and logs from computers at US Naval Weapons Station Earle in New Jersey - one of which was used for monitoring the location and battle readiness of navy ships.
One of the allegations relates to McKinnon deleting operating system files and logs from computers at US Naval Weapons Station Earle at a critical time following the September 11 attacks rendering the base's entire network of more than 300 computers inoperable.
They included Bobby Brown, representing the Fleet and Family Support Center at Naval Weapons Station Earle and a representative from the American Red Cross.