NAS JRB Fort WorthCommunity
FLEET AND FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER (FFSC)
3175 Vandenberg Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76127
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday
FFSC Programs and Services
The FFSC should be one of the first stops upon arrival. It is a key resource on the installation and a gateway to accessing all of the resources available to service members and their families.
The FFSC has three major components:
- Counseling and Family Advocacy,
- Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, and
- Work and Family Life programs.
The overall installation family support system, is a network of agencies, programs, services, partnerships and individuals that support personal and family life readiness, as well as mobilization and deployment readiness.
Counseling and Family Advocacy
A major pillar of FFSC’s mandate is providing counseling, consultation and assessments to help with stress, anxiety, deployment and relationship conflicts. The Family Advocacy Program offers awareness and prevention programs, risk assessments, victim advocacy and intervention for incidents of domestic abuse and child abuse/neglect.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
The second major pillar of the FFSC is the SAPR program. The SAPR program conducts education and awareness, trains uniformed victim advocates, and offers 24/7 support and assistance. The Safe Help Line is (877) 995-5247.
Work and Family Life (WFL) Program
The final significant pillar of the FFSC is the WFL program. This program offers an array of education and awareness classes for military members and their families to assist in a variety of areas. Some include:
Transition Assistance Program
Leaving the Navy may involve a total lifestyle change. The FFSC hosts the U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Employment Workshop for separating military members planning to leave the service or retire. Known as Transition — Goals, Plans and Success (T-GPS), these information-packed workshops are designed to provide service members with the skills and knowledge necessary to plan and execute a successful transition. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) presentation on VA benefits is also included.
Personal Financial Management
A program to assist service members in developing a personal and/or family financial management plan. The FFSC’s trained personal financial fitness staff can help service members analyze their finances. Military and family members can learn more about setting priorities, creating budgets, debt liquidation, Thrift Savings Plan, consumer and credit issues, and predatory lending. The FFSC will help service members set a course for financial independence and guide them through their journey of becoming a Wealthy Warrior. The FFSC staff is a centralized training source for command financial specialists.
The training, information, and personalized career coaching will help service members identify and reach employment and career development goals, manage the challenges associated with a mobile lifestyle and develop job search skills. Employment assistance professionals can assist with a wide variety of family employment issues.
Life Skills Classes
FFSC offers proactive workshops to enhance and assist with balancing personal and professional lives. This program provides service members with information and education about a variety of life cycle issues, including parenting and relationships to help strengthen personal relationships.
Information and Referral
An integral function of the family center, information and referral services can assist in locating needed services and programs available on the installation, through civilian agencies in the local community, and via national resources.
The morale, health, welfare and efficiency of command personnel are the responsibility of the Commanding Officer. The Command Ombudsman acts as a liaison between the command and its families. The FFSC’s highly-trained Ombudsmen Coordinator helps Ombudsmen with understanding their duties. The Ombudsman Coordinator provides information to assist Ombudsmen in helping spouses and families meet the unique challenges of a military lifestyle.
The Fleet and Family Support Center may also provide other services such as New Parent Support, Exceptional Family Member information, Individual Deployment Support services, Relocation Program information and assistance and some limited services for military retirees.
Newly assigned personnel should read their facility Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for information on how to respond to the various hazards the installation may experience.
Notifications of a hazard that is occurring or about to occur are published through AtHoc, and may be announced over Giant Voice (outdoor warning system).
Personnel should self-service register their personal devices in AtHoc so that they may receive text messages and e-mail notifications of hazards that may or are affecting the installation. To self-service register devices, click the up arrow on the system task tray, right click on the purple globe with a satellite orbiting — then select “Access Self Service”
The greatest hazard for NAS Fort Worth JRB is destructive weather in the form of severe thunderstorm products (lightning, high winds, flooding, large diameter hail, and tornados). The Dallas Fort Worth metroplex uses a siren system (outdoor warning system) to warn of a tornado. When the siren sounds, go indoors and tune to local broadcast media — if severe weather is the threat, go to the innermost room or hallway on the lowest floor, stay away from windows.
During snow and ice storms, delayed reporting or installation closures will be posted on the installation’s social media sites and local broadcast media web sites:
- NAS Fort Worth JRB Facebook:
- NAS Fort Worth JRB Twitter Feed:
- KDFW Channel 4 (FOX):
- KXAS Channel 5 (NBC):
- WFAA Channel 8 (ABC):
- KVTV Channel 11 (CBS):
The Navy emphasizes: Be informed, make a plan, build a kit!
NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY
Fort Worth, Texas 76127
After hours, call the American Red Cross at 877-272-7337.
Who we serve:
- Active duty and retired Navy and Marine Corps personnel and their eligible family members.
- Eligible family members of Navy and Marine Corps personnel who died on active duty or in a retired status.
- Reservists on extended active duty for 30 days or more.
- Discharged veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001 are eligible for CCA Visiting Nurse Program.
What we offer:
- Interest-free loans and grants for emergency and unexpected financial needs.
- Budget counseling and financial education to help you create and manage a monthly budget and save for future expenses.
- Free in-home visits by a registered nurse to veterans and their family members who have been affected by combat service.
- Budget for Baby workshops to help expectant parents prepare for the arrival of a new family member. Attendees receive a free Baby Care gift card for baby items.
- No-Interest Quick Assist Loans (up to $500) are available to active duty Sailors and Marines to meet financial needs.
In an emergency, we provide assistance for:
- Food, rent and utilities
- Transportation expenses
- Essential vehicle repairs
- Medical and dental co-pays
- Disaster relief assistance
- Funeral expenses
REGION LEGAL SERVICE OFFICE
SOUTHEAST, BRANCH OFFICE
1515 Chennault Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76127
8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Friday
The office provides powers of attorney, notary, and legal assistance to area service members and retirees and their dependents of all branches. Reservists generally are not eligible for legal assistance, unless they are on active duty orders for 29 days or more OR have recently returned from deployment. Reservists should contact the office directly to determine eligibility.
Powers of Attorney
By Appointment only:
Service Members Civil Relief Act
The NAS Fort Worth JRB Public Affairs office is the official point of contact between NAS Fort Worth JRB and the local community. The PA office works with the local, national and international news media, arranges tours, public speaking engagements, special events and provides photography support.
The Navy Photo Lab is for official Navy use and by appointment only.
Photo Lab hours
9-10:40 a.m. Tuesdays
Full-length official photo hours
9-10:40 a.m. Thursdays
Please call 817-782-7815 to make an appointment.
For other military branches:
- 301st Fighter Wing photo lab: 817-782-7170
- Texas Air National Guard photo lab: 817-852-3344
- Marine Corps photo lab: 817-782-6779
- Army photo lab: 580-442-8721
INSPECTOR GENERAL REPRESENTATIVE (NRSE)
Bldg. 1510 Rm. 108
The primary function of the Inspector General Representative (IGR) is to provide inspection and other IG related support to the Commanding Officer and assigned personnel. The IGR also provides guidance to personnel wishing to file IG Hotline complaints regarding fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, and other areas within the purview of the Navy Inspector General.
NAS Fort Worth JRB Chapel
Taylor Memorial Chapel
1838 Desert Storm Road
Fort Worth, TX 76127
Duty Phone 817-825-6465 (available 24/7)
7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
The chapel staff provides a variety of programs for all faiths and age groups, including worship services, religious education, counseling, marriage enrichment, family and personal development and more. Call the chapel for chaplain assistance or for questions regarding chapel use, such as for weddings, memorials, retirements, etc.
8:15 a.m. — Catholic confession
9 a.m. — Catholic Mass
9:30 a.m. — Protestant Bible study
11 a.m. — Protestant worship
Mass — First Friday of every month as well as other Holy Days of Obligation
Protestant Women’s Bible study, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday
Protestant Bible study, noon Wednesday
Protestant Men’s Bible study, 9 a.m. third Saturday of every month
CHILD & YOUTH PROGRAMS
Child Development Center
5:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
The Navy Child and Youth Programs (CYP) provide developmental child care and youth recreational programs and services for eligible children and youth ages 4 weeks to 18 years of age. Programs and services are specifically designed and operated to meet the unique needs of the military youth. Facilities include the CDC (Child Development Center) and SAC (School Age Care Center for Youth and Teens).
Programs include full-day care, hourly and drop-in care. There is a waiting list for most programs. Contact the CDC for updated wait times. Fees for care are based on total family income and are determined on a sliding scale. The military member’s most current Leave and Earnings Statement and spouses’ current pay stubs are required to determine income.
To apply for childcare options, go to www.militarychildcare.com.
School Age Care
The Action Zone provides an after-school care program, summer camp programs and teen open recreation opportunities.
The summer camp program is available for children ages 6 to 12 (5 year olds accepted upon completion of kindergarten). Activities include swimming, field trips and more. Breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks are provided. Fees for care are based on total family income and are determined on a sliding scale. The military member’s most current Leave and Earnings Statement and spouses’ current pay stubs are required to determine income.
Navy Federal Credit Union
1765 Military Pkwy.
Fort Worth, TX 76117
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday,
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.
Navy Federal Credit Union – We serve where you serve®
As a Navy Federal Credit Union member, you’ll have the support of a financial institution that puts people over profit. You’ll enjoy the convenience of our anytime, anywhere banking through our worldwide network of branches, digital banking,* more than 55,000 ATMs and 24/7 access to stateside representatives.
Our number-one priority is to help you meet your financial goals, today and in the years to come. You can carry your membership throughout your career and around the world, taking advantage of exclusive products that range from low-rate loans and credit cards, to low-minimum certificates and a wide selection of mortgages nationwide. And, our online resources provide you a wealth of information on all aspects of personal finance, from setting up a first budget to developing a sound retirement strategy.
Our mission has remained the same since 1933, “Serve and enrich the lives of those within the military community by providing a lifetime of financial guidance and support built on trust and shared values.” With more than seven million members and more than $80 billion in assets, Navy Federal is the world’s largest credit union and is committed to service excellence.
We proudly serve Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard active duty, retired, reserve, National Guard, DoD civilian and on-base contractor personnel, veterans and their families.
*Message and data rates may apply. Visit www.navyfederal.org for more information. Equal housing lender. Federally insured by NCUA.
1765 Military Pkwy.
Fort Worth, TX 76127
9 a.m.-7 p.m. daily
The base commissary’s goal is to achieve unprecedented efficiency in military grocery sales and to provide better service to its customer. It strives to do this by offering high-quality products at the best possible prices with savings of at least 30 percent. In-store amenities include a bakery, deli, fresh sandwiches to go, rotisserie chicken, sushi and more.
AAFES Mission — We pledge courteous and efficient service to all authorized customers. We welcome your patronage and encourage you to shop often and take advantage of our many sales and services.
NAS Fort Worth JRB Exchange operations include a Main Exchange, BXtra, Military Clothing Store, Class Six, Exchange Restaurants, Express Gas Station, Barber, Optical Center, Optometry Care, GNC and Alterations at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.
Military Star Card is available for use at the Main Exchange, BXtra, Express Gas Station, Military Clothing Store, and Exchange Restaurants. Starting October 30, 2017, it is also accepted at the DeCA Commissary. We also accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
The Exchange operates on funds generated by military members purchases of merchandise and services: not tax dollars.
Civilians are welcome at the Exchange Restaurants. Try Anthony’s Pizza and Charley’s Steakery.
All Guardsmen, Reservists and their families are authorized full, unlimited privileges in all the Exchange activities in the U.S., simply show the proper ID card.
For questions, please ask for the manager. There is one in each retail store, food facility or concessions.
We look forward to serving you and Thank You for your service.
Store Locations and Hours of Operations
9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday
9:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday
9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Sunday
Express Gas Station
6 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Saturday
7 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday
Military Clothing Store
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Sunday
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday, Sunday
7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday
10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday through Sunday
8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday
9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday
9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday
Closed Sunday through Tuesday
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday
MORELAND HALL DINING FACILITY
1506 Burke Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76127
Menu line: 817-782-7379
Leading CS/FSO: 817-782-7383
NAS Fort Worth JRB’s galley staff provides award-winning, five-star accredited quality and customer service to joint active and reserve Sailors, Marines, Air Force and Army patrons. On the third Wednesday of each month the galley celebrates a special meal by opening its doors to all authorized DoD personnel to include government employees, contractors and retired military personnel.
The galley offers numerous food and beverage choices to suit all dietary needs. In the main line, food choices range from savory baked chicken to delicious southern BBQ ribs and the speed line offers a wide variety of fast-food items such as cheeseburgers or hot dogs on certain days to pasta and pizza on other days.
Monday through Friday
6-7:30 a.m. Breakfast
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lunch
5-6:30 p.m. Dinner
6-8:30 a.m. Breakfast
11 a.m.-1 p.m. Lunch
5-6 p.m. Dinner
6-8 a.m. Breakfast
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lunch
5-6 p.m. Dinner
TEN BAR & GRILL
Please call for hours
Ten Grill offers a full, tasty menu of food and drinks. From traditional burgers and fries to a healthy selection of salads and grilled chicken, they’ve got it covered, including breakfast from scratch. Drop in for lunch for some amazing food at a great price. Ten Bar currently offers a pizza delivery service to Unaccompanied Housing on Friday and Saturday nights.
LONE STAR CENTER
The Lone Star Conference Center offers state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment that will meet all conference needs. The venue is perfect for weddings, receptions, change of commands, retirement parties, mess nights, holiday events, and more. The ballroom accommodates up to 220 guests. The conference center is located across the street from the base chapel for convenience.
MWR WEBSITE, APP & HOURS OF OPERATION
Check NAS Fort Worth JRB MWR out online at www.navymwrfortworth.com for current hours of operation, event and facility information, and more. Download the MWR app for an interactive facility map and information right at your fingertips. Search “Navy MWR Fort Worth” in the App Store or Google Play.
MWR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
This office includes the MWR installation Program Director, the Recreation Director, the Business Manager, the Community Recreation Director, the Human Resources Department, and the Marketing & Sponsorship Director.
Fitness, Aquatics & Sports
The goal of the Navy Fitness Program is to create “Fitness for Life” for the entire Navy population, including active-duty Sailors, family members and DoD civilians. Individual and group instruction is available from certified fitness professionals in cardiovascular conditioning, strength training, flexibility and nutrition. Aquatics programming includes lap swimming, lessons and specialty programs, such as water aerobics. Intramural sports programs provide another outlet to promote fitness and establish spirit de corps. Active-duty military members and family members can participate in intramural sports programs such as flag football, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and more.
LIBERTY – SINGLE SERVICE MEMBER PROGRAM
The Liberty (or Single Service Member) Program provides high-energy recreation programs, superior entertainment experiences and development of personal leisure skills, leading to extraordinary and unique opportunities for enjoyment, activity and adventure in an alcohol and tobacco-free environment. The Liberty Program is open to single military members and geo-bachelors who reside in Unaccompanied Housing. Liberty Centers include free use of computers, Internet and wireless Internet, state-of-the-art video game systems, movies and TV rooms, book collections and special events. Liberty trips and tours include sporting events, outdoor adventures, shopping trips, amusement parks, ski trips and community events, including festivals, concerts and seasonal programs.
TEN BOWLING CENTER
The TEN Bowling Program offers year round bowling, special youth programs, instructional classes, and food and beverage areas. “TEN” also offers “cosmic bowling,” with glow-in-the-dark balls, pins and other equipment. Birthday and command parties are also available. Ten Bar has a pool table, darts, a big screen projector for sporting events, and more.
Tickets & Travel
Community Recreation includes a wide range of services such as: Outdoor Recreation Equipment Rental (boats, paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, camping gear, and more), Recreation Programming and Activities, Trips Organization and Coordination, Tickets, On Base Community Events, Party and Picnic Support Equipment, Command Picnics and Events, and Travel. Facilities include Outdoor Recreation and Tickets and Travel.
AUTO SKILLS CENTER & PROPERTY STORAGE
The Automotive Skills Program provides facilities with working bay space and appropriate tools for authorized patrons to work on privately owned vehicles. The program includes the equipment and staff expertise to support an oil change, a paint touch up, and an entire overhaul. Our facility is equipped with outdoor bays, shop equipment, classrooms, storage areas, and access to tools and repair manuals. Personal property and vehicle storage for service members, Reservists, Guard, retirees, and DoD civilians is provided at minimal cost.
The Navy General Library Program (NGLP) features facilities that offer a wide variety of books and periodicals, computer resources and programs that enhance opportunities for educational research and recreational reading. The base Library also offers many educational programs for adults and children alike.
Recorded Movie Schedule: 817-782-6037
The Movie Reel provides first-run movies for all patrons either free or at a minimal charge with showings of the latest and greatest films.
SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER
The School Liaison Officer (SLO) serves as the communications link between military families with school-aged children, the command, and local school districts. As the “point person” for educational issues, the SLO is here to assist military families in addressing school-related issues, regardless of military status. The SLO will help ensure military children have access to the full range of services available in the local public schools. In addition to providing information about local public schools, the SLO also works to assist families who choose educational alternatives such as home school, private or parochial schools, independent study, or online programs.
1564 Headquarters Ave.
Columbia College-Fort Worth provides a unique educational opportunity to working adults through its degree offerings and eight-week course format. As part of a network of locations across the country and a robust online program, the college offers convenient courses to military as well as civilian adult learners.
Nearly 500 students each year take a mix of in-seat and online classes.
Here are just some of the reasons why students select Columbia College-Fort Worth:
- Columbia College is fully accredited and has been around since 1851.
- Offers a wide variety of associate, bachelor and master degrees.
- Eight-week courses that meet one night a week
- Six sessions each year starting in
- January, February, May, June, August and October
- Qualified and dedicated instructors (no graduate students or teaching assistants)
- VA certifier on campus to help with all GI Bill benefits
- Military spouses and dependents receive their first class free
- Military spouses receive a 20% discount on all in-seat classes.
- Financial aid to qualified students
- A student-teacher ratio of 15:1
- Geared toward helping military personnel and other working adults
EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY
Embry-Riddle Fort Worth
1564 Headquarters Ave., Rm. 116
Embry-Riddle Worldwide is known for more than just its highly regarded aviation and aerospace programs. The university offers a range of associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as Ph.D. and certificate programs in multiple sectors — from business to engineering to emergency services. Rigorous courses are taught by industry-leading experts who understand the demands of full-time work and military life because they have been there. Embry-Riddle Worldwide also offers flexible modes of learning that enable access to Embry-Riddle courses anytime, anywhere. Led by a faculty comprised of industry professionals — many of whom come from military backgrounds — Embry-Riddle Worldwide’s programs are designed specifically to suit demanding schedules. That is why it offers the ultimate experience in flexibility. Embry-Riddle Worldwide offers more than 125 campuses across the globe — more than 90 of which are located on military bases, 12 enrollment dates per year, five modes of learning and course work that can be completed as it fits into busy lives. The campus staff is available to assist service members in their educational endeavors.
Fort Worth Campus
1564 Headquarters Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76127
For nearly 50 years, Northwood University has provided voluntary education programs to service members, veterans and military family members through military installation partnerships. Its programs have earned national and international recognition for its quality business education and are an excellent way to advance in the military or transition to a civilian career. The university also welcomes civilians from surrounding communities. Northwood University is teamed with experienced professionals supporting all its programs to help individuals earn their degree. Combine evening and online classes in its accelerated eight-week format to fit busy lifestyles, and earn college credit for military and work/life experience.
COLLEGE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION AND TRAINING (CDET) FORT WORTH
The College of Distance Education and Training (CDET) Fort Worth provides USMC Officer and Enlisted Professional Military Education seminars to the Marines stationed in the
18 Midwestern states.
CDET is the organization within the Marine Corps Education Command (EDCOM) with the mission to design, develop, deliver, evaluate, manage, and resource distance learning products and programs across the Marine Corps training and education continuum in order to increase operational readiness. CDET is a total force educational institution: it serves all U.S. military forces and DoD government agencies, as well as international military forces throughout the globe.
Its programs and courses concentrate on the leadership, warfighting, and staff development skills of the nation’s military, and feature the educational standards, learning areas, and learning objectives of the Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) program required by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. They are accessible globally through a variety of delivery systems. The CDET online learning management system, MarineNet, provides education to students wherever they are stationed. Learning resource centers are fielded to provide access to MarineNet and exam proctors. CDET’s worldwide seminar program supports the professional military education (PME) distance education programs through a network of regional campuses and via the Moodle learning management system.