St Marys, GA 31558, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide


Welcome Aboard

  Welcome to Kings Bay — the East Coast home to Trident submarines. Whether you are inbound or contemplating a transfer here, you will discover, as have many before you, that our award-winning base is one of the Navy’s premier duty stations. It is strategically and conveniently located in an


  1954-1978 Military Ocean Terminal Kings Bay, U.S. Army 1978-1982 Naval Submarine Support Base Kings Bay 1982-Present Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay THE EARLY YEARS The Kings Bay region is a pleasant place to live, as shown by the fact people have populated the area for thousands of years. Archeological

Before you Arrive

  GETTING HERE IS HALF THE FUN Interstate 95 is the most direct route to this area and you can reach the base by taking exits 1, 3 or 6. Exit 1 takes you down St. Marys Road and ends at the Franklin Gate. From Exit 3, take Georgia State

Reporting Aboard

THE FIRST STOP The first stop for all new personnel reporting aboard should be their appropriate command administrative department. Personnel checking aboard any of the submarines should report directly to the Naval Submarine Support Center. Personnel reporting to the submarine base, Submarine Group 10, Trident Training Facility or Trident Refit

What's at Kings Bay

  Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay provides support to the fleet, fighter and family by maintaining and operating the facilities of the Trident submarine force stationed here. Submarine Group 10 Submarine Group 10 was commissioned Jan. 1, 1989, and is the senior command at Kings

Services Available at Kings Bay

  The American Red Cross is an organization dedicated to its mission statement, “making a difference in people’s lives.” The Red Cross lives up to its mission by providing a helping hand to those in need on a daily basis. Among those helped are members of the armed forces and


  Geographic Location Home to Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Camden County, deep in the heart of southeast Georgia, is named for the earl of Camden, Charles Pratt, who was chief justice and lord chancellor of England in the late 1700s. The county is about 40 miles from Jacksonville, Florida;


Milestones reached for Enlisted Women on Submarines

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Through Endurance We Conquer' An American officer's journey with the Royal Navy

Story by PO2 Charlotte Oliver on 07/11/2016 How did a USN Lieutenant find himself in the Southern Ocean bound from South Georgia and serving in the Royal Navy, the first USN officer to take a sailing vessel to Antarctica in modern times? The answer to that question begins with the

Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico holds relief and appointment ceremony

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