Jacksonville, FL 32211, USA


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NAS Jacksonville 1940-Present

  The site that NAS Jacksonville occupies today was first used by the U.S. Army in May 1907, and then by the Florida National Guard. After many sites were investigates, a 13,000-acre tract of land at Black Point was recommended as the site for a state camp. On Oct. 15,

Welcome Aboard

  Moving from family, friends and familiar surroundings can sometimes be stressful. Planning ahead is one way to make your move to Jacksonville a little easier. To ensure a place for your family to stay for the first few days, it is a good idea to make reservations in advance


The Family Housing Office, in Building 960 on Ballard Street between Yorktown and Saratoga avenues, assigns public quarters to eligible applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. To be eligible for on-base family housing, a military member must have a legal dependent who will reside with him or her for at

Support Services

  The Commanding Officer’s Action Line is available to help answer complaints and problems of personnel stationed at NAS Jacksonville. Call 904-542-2278 to leave a recorded message, or go to . Air Operations NAS Jacksonville Air Operations Department maintains NAS Jacksonville airfield, Naval Outlying Field Whitehouse, the Air Mobility

Tenant Commands

  Aviation Survival Training Center (ASTC) Jacksonville is one of eight ASTCs around the country that are tasked to provide safe and effective survival training for aviators and aircrew. Training includes classroom lectures and simulator devices in a curriculum that emphasizes hands-on exposure to survival skills. New aviators and aircrew

Morale, Welfare & Recreation

  MWR Administrative Office 904-542-3111/3112 Located in Building 1 on Langley Street, this office includes the MWR installation program director and operations manager, administration, marketing, personnel and the business manager. Human Resource Office 904-542-3111/3112 MWR is an equal opportunity employer and accepts applications Monday through Friday. Various employment opportunities are

Local Community

  Jacksonville is Florida’s “First Coast.” And it only gets better as we dive into a new millennium with endless opportunities within reach of all ages. Jacksonville is rich in history, mild in climate and bursting with entertainment to fulfill myriad individual tastes. Enjoy Jacksonville’s relaxed Southern hospitality with the


Guatemala hosts opening ceremony for Continuing Promise 2017

Story by PO2 shamira purifoy on 02/04/2017 Capt. Errin Armstrong, Mission Commander for CP-17, spoke at the event with the assistance of a translator. During his speech, Armstrong expressed the significance of the Continuing Promise mission and the partnerships established in the Central and South American region, including Guatemala. "This

GHWB Carrier Strike Group to Depart for Deployment

Story by Robert Gensic on 01/21/2017 Led by Commander, Carrier Strike Group 2, Rear Adm. Kenneth R. Whitesell, the GHWBCSG is comprised of the staff of CSG-2; USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77); the nine squadrons and staff of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8; Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 22 staff and

SECNAV Presents Energy Conservation Awards at NAS Jax

Story by SN Michael Lopez on 11/04/2016 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), Ray Mabus presents energy conservation awards during an all hands call at Dewey's All Hands Club to several commands in the Southeast Region at Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville Nov. 3. Patrol Squadron (VP) 5
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