The predecessor of Naval Combat System Facility was the ordnance systems center of Naval 1st Shipyard. The ordnance systems center was responsible for the maintenance and reparation of all the traditional weapons of navy. Wu-Jin division of engineering was later established for the implementation of projects such as Jing-Juang and Sea Chaparral, etc. and for the engineering planning of Wu-Jin #1 and Wu-Jin #2 projects so that all the professionals could be integrated to carry out tasks of the projects. The Wu-Jin division of engineering was reorganized to found Naval Missiles Facility in accordance with the naval order on August, 1980. In 1983, the ordnance systems center including its subsidiary working shops was incorporated into Naval Missiles Facility as a whole. In the mean time, the rank of the commanding officer was promoted to that of a rear admiral and Naval Missiles Facility had accomplished the integration of the maintenance and reparation for major ordnance equipment of navy. In 1984, Naval Missiles Facility was renamed as Naval Weapon System Facility. The Electronic Center of Naval 1st Shipyard as well as the electronic and mechanical working shops of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Shipyard had been incorporated into Naval Weapon System Facility to give rise to Naval Combat system Facility for the fulfillment of personnel cut-down policy since July 1st, 1999 up to now.
Insignia of Naval Combat System Facility design concepts and means. Anchor is a symbol of Republic of China Navy. A 24 gear wheel represents Engineering Corps of facility maintenance for 24 hours per day. Red antenna is a symbol of fire-control radar, atom-pattern represents electronic system, missile, and, torpedo. Those are maintenance project and specialty of NCSF.