NAS WHITING FIELD
Milton, FL 32570, USA

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Mission and Vision

Mission: To produce the military’s best trained "Aviation Warfighter" Vision: To effectively support the mission accomplishment of multiple tenant commands’ training of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard and International students, by efficiently providing high quality installation facilities and operational services at 2 primary airfields and 13 Navy

Check-In Procedures

The Administrative Department at Naval Air Station Whiting Field is located in Building 1401. The department's primary mission is to fully support the operational readiness of NASWF. They are the liaison between individual departments and the NASWF Executive Branch. They process correspondence, manage directives, maintain personnel data and provide assistance

History

In July 2016, NAS Whiting Field celebrated its 73rd year of continuous operation. What was once a field of weeds has become the backbone of the Navy's flight program. During its history, Whiting Field has served as a prisoner-of-war camp for German soldiers, home of the famed Blue Angels Flight Demonstration

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