NAS Whiting Field
Milton, FL 32570, USA

RELOCATION/WELCOME GUIDE

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

Information

From the Commanding Officer

Welcome to Naval Air Station Whiting Field (NASWF), the busiest aviation complex in the world and home to Training Air Wing FIVE (TW-5), the Navy’s largest training wing. At NASWF, TRAWING 5 trains roughly 60 percent of all Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard student naval aviators in primary flight

Welcome Aboard

Welcome NAS Whiting Field is the busiest Naval air station in the world, responsible for an estimated 46 percent of the Chief of Naval Air Training Command’s total flight time and more than 14 percent of Navy and Marine Corps total flight time. Greater than 1,200 service personnel complete

Support Services

The Administration Department’s primary mission is to provide support for all military personnel regarding military pay issues. Located in Headquarters Building 1401, Room 112, it is the focal point for all incoming and outgoing military personnel assigned to NAS Whiting Field. Additionally, civilian personnel assigned to the installation should

Recreation

Administrative Offices The MWR Division Director, administrative staff and project managers promote and maintain the well-being and quality of life for military personnel and family members through the operation of the station’s MWR Programs. Eligible Patrons for most MWR activities include: active-duty personnel, military retirees, active-duty family members, military

Tenant Commands

Training Air Wing FIVE (TRAWING 5) consists of the commander, his staff and six training squadrons. The primary mission of TRAWING 5 is to administer, coordinate, and supervise the flight and academic training and support of Student Military Aviators (SMAs) and flight students of allied nations as directed by

History

The busiest field in the Training Command today is 73-year-old NAS Whiting Field, home to Training Wing FIVE’s three T-6B Texan II primary fixed-win squadrons, three TH-57B/C Sea Ranger helicopter training squadrons and the helicopter and fixed-wing instructor instructional units. Eighty-three percent of all student Naval Aviators conduct a portio

Local Area

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