NAS Pensacola Community


Command Religious Program

Open to all military and family members, the Command Religious Program endeavors to help each person meet his or her need for spiritual guidance and support. The weekly schedule includes religious services, scripture studies, counseling and a variety of classes for personal growth. Opportunities are also available for recreation, retreats, fellowship and community service. If you are looking for a place to make new friends, grow in your faith and find encouragement for the challenges you face daily, this is the place to start. If you are looking for a particular faith group that doesn’t currently meet here, or simply desire to make contact with a local congregation, the chaplains will also assist you in fulfilling that need as well. Existing religious services are listed.

More detailed information can be found at or by calling 850-452-2341.

Roman Catholic Mass

• 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Naval Aviation Memorial Chapel (Building 1982)

• Daily Mass: 11:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Our Lady of Loreto Chapel (Building 1982)

• CCD Classes: 10 a.m. Sunday, J.B. McKamey Center (Building 634) September through May

Protestant Community Worship

• 10:15 a.m. Sunday, Naval Aviation Memorial Chapel (Building 1982)

• 9 a.m. Sunday, Protestant Sunday School, J.B. McKamey Center (Building 634)

• 1800 Contemporary Service (Younger, Louder, Later) 6 p.m. Sunday, All Faiths Chapel

Latter-day Saints (LDS)

• 10:30 a.m. Sunday, All Faiths Chapel

• LDS Sunday School: 11:35 a.m. Sunday, J.B. McKamey Center (Building 634)


NASP Chaplain 850-452-2342
CORRY Chaplain 850-452-6376
NASWF Chaplain 850-623-7211
NATTC Chaplain 850-452-7422
MATSG 21 Chaplain 850-452-9413
NASC Chaplain 850-452-2607/5274
Naval Hospital Chaplain 850-505-6481
To Arrange Funerals/Weddings 850-452-5479

Credit Union



Pen Air Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving the military, civil service, more than 1,000 employee groups and their families throughout our community. There are 15 branches throughout Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in Florida and in Baldwin County, Alabama, with three branches conveniently located aboard NAS Pensacola, Saufley Field and Corry Station. Branches are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday. Drive-thru lanes are open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, and the drive-thru for Corry and Saufley branches are also open 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. NAS Whiting Field hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

There are several ATM locations aboard each base and in the community and you can also access your funds and apply for loans 24/7 from the free smartphone mobile app or online at Call 850-505-3220 or 877-4PENAIR, or visit for a full listing of all ATM and branch locations, as well as information on all of the products and services we offer to make your life a little easier.

Fire and Emergency Services Gulf Coast

Fire and Emergency Services Gulf Coast provides fire suppression, fire prevention, public education, advanced and basic life support services, technical rescue, and special operations response for the Pensacola Navy Complex, NAS Whiting Field in Milton, Florida, and the surrounding communities.

Strategically located fire stations, staffed by the Navy’s finest fire professionals, can answer any call for help 24/7.

To report a fire, medical emergency or other emergency, call 911. For business purposes, please call 850-452-3212.

Welcome Aboard Packages

The Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) can provide you with information about the installation and the local Pensacola area. Comprehensive Welcome Aboard information can be found online at

Fleet and Family Support Center

The FFSC is in Building 625 at NAS Pensa-cola. The center is open 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. FFSC is closed weekends and holidays. Call 850-452-5990 for more information.


The mission of the FFSC is to improve fleet readiness by providing quality-of-life programs that address and resolve the challenges inherent to the military lifestyle. FFSC provides services electronically, via telephone and in-person in classroom settings or one-on-one consultations.


FFSC provides basic information and referrals by telephone, face-to-face contact, printed media and electronic data transmission.


FFSC provides education, workshops, general military training and briefings on personal and family enrichment promoting effective and improved quality of life, both on the job and in personal life.


FFSC counselors are licensed clinicians who see individuals, including children, couples and families. During the initial interview the client and counselor determine if the situation requires short-term supportive counseling that can be provided at the FFSC. If the situation requires it, referrals to other military and community resources can be made.


The New Parent Home Visitation Program offers new and expectant military families support through home visits, prenatal and parenting classes, educational films and materials.


FFSC addresses all issues related to family violence and maltreatment involving military families to include the identification, investigation, intervention, assessment and treatment for families involved in abusive relationships. Prevention and education are a primary part of this program. Victim advocacy services are available. Under certain circumstances victims may have the option of making a restricted, confidential report.


SAPR focuses on the prevention of sexual response and the sensitive support of sexual assault victims. Advocates are available 24/7 and provide support and assistance to sexual assault victims and their families during medical, investigative, legal and court procedures. Victims usually have the option of making a restricted, confidential report.


FFSC assists service members and their families in preparing for and adjusting to the relocation and deployment process. Typical services include, but are not limited to, providing information pertaining to other military installations, financial planning, smooth move workshops, sponsor training and overseas cultural awareness training.


FFSC assists personnel in making a smooth adjustment from the military to the civilian job market. This program is a cooperative effort between departments of Labor, Defense and Veteran Affairs. Monthly workshops cover military-specific topics and all aspects of preparing for a second career. Computer-based job search programs are available for use by appointment. Spouses may attend.


This program assists families of military members in their career development and job search. Services include resume writing fundamentals, interviewing techniques, federal employment procedures, teen job fairs and referrals to potential employers.


The New Parent Home Visitation Program offers new and expectant military families support through home visits, prenatal and parenting classes, educational films and materials.


This program is available to provide education, counseling, and information and referral to military personnel and commands to increase personal, family and operational readiness relating to finances. The PFMP staff provides command financial specialist (CFS) quarterly training to qualified active-dutymembers.


FFSC provides nonmedical case management and referrals for Exceptional Family Members. Primary services involve information, and assistance with obtaining resources and support.


An AMVETS representative is located at the FFSC to assist all active-duty members, veterans and family members in developing and filing claims for benefits to the Department of Veteran Affairs.


FFSC provides support and coordination to local ombudsman. Training workshops, assemblies and the official ombudsman academy are offered to assist all ombudsmen.


The Retired Activities Office is located within the FFSC. Volunteers provide assistance to retired members and their families in such areas as survivor benefit plans, retired benefits and widow assistance.

NAS Pensacola Police Department

The NAS Pensacola Police Department is responsible for law and order operations for the following installations under CNRSE: NAS Pensacola, Saufley Field, NTTC Corry Station and other outlying facilities in the area. The department is located in Building 3873 at John H. Towers Road aboard NASPensacola.

By direction of the commanding officer, the department is charged to investigate, apprehend or detain individuals suspected or convicted of offenses against the criminal laws of the U.S.; conduct searches and seize evidence; act as an official party to matters of interest to the NAS Pensacola Complex; enforce the uniform code of military justice; conduct interviews and interrogations; apprehend deserters and military members declared AWOL by the Navy; and perform other duties in accordance with Navy regulations and law.

The police department provides 24-hour service with a diverse team of civilian officers and enlisted master-at-arms rated personnel. One-hundred percent of its civilian officers are military veterans and complement the force with diverse experience.

Security personnel provide entry control to all installations as well as traffic enforcement on the roadways. Divisions include: Investigations, Training, Crime Prevention, Pass & ID, Anti-Terrorism, Military Working Dogs, Patrol Operations, Bike Patrol, ATV Patrol and Harbor Patrol Operations.

Whether you are visiting the installation or assigned here, it is the police department’s goal to provide a safe and secure environment to live, work or train.

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) is a private, nonprofit, charitable organization that provides financial assistance to Navy and Marine Corps active-duty and retired service members and their eligible family members. In addition, widows of active or retired service members could also benefit from the programs that are offered by our organization. NMCRS also provides assistance to other branches of service thanks to our partnership with our sister agencies Air Force Aid Society, Army Emergency Relief and Coast Guard Mutual Assistance.

NMCRS provides eligible clients with budget counseling and financial assistance in the form of interest-free loans or grants during emergency needs such as emergency transportation, funeral expenses, medical and dental bills (patient’s share), basic living expenses (food, rent and utilities), disaster relief assistance, essential vehicle repairs and unforeseen family emergencies among other types of assistance.

Education programs, Budget for Baby workshops, a thrift shop and a visiting nurse program are also offered to eligible service members and their families in the Pensacola area.

Society thrift shops enable service members and their families to purchase gently used clothing, uniforms and household items at a very low cost. The sales income realized from thrift shops is returned to the Sailors, Marines and their families in the form of relief services. The thrift store is in Corry Station, Building 3736. The store is open 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the first Saturday of the month. If you have any questions, call 850-452-6174 during normal business hours.

The visiting nurse program is staffed with registered nurses. The primary function of the visiting nurse is to provide health education and information about health-related resources. The visiting nurse is available to make hospital or home visits to eligible clients in the interest of improving their quality of life by promoting understanding of information about the individual’s health issues. Visits are frequently made to new mothers and infants, to patients recovering from surgery and to patients with chronic health problems.

Service members or eligible family members who have an emergency should contact the NAS Pensacola office during normal working hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, at 850-452-2300 in order to schedule an appointment. For emergency assistance after working hours, contact the American Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Service Center at 877-272-7337.

NMCRS Office: NAS Pensacola, 91 Radford Blvd. (Building 191), 850-452-2300

NMCRS Thrift Store: Corry Station, Building 3736 (between the bowling alley and gym), 850-452-6174

USO Northwest Florida, Serving the Florida Panhandle


153 Ellyson, Building 625 D
NAS Pensacola, FL 32508
850-455-8280, option 2

Hours of operation: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week


2430 Airport Blvd., Suite 216
Pensacola, FL 32504
850-455-8280, option 1

(On the second level next to Einstein Bagels)

Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.


1701 State Road 85 N, Suite 11
Eglin AFB, FL 32542

(Across from ticketing in the Northwest Florida Regional Airport)

Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.

USO Northwest Florida provides a home away from home for our nation’s heroes as a gift from the American people. Computer access, free Wi-Fi, gaming systems, phone charging stations, televisions, snacks, family area and somewhere to relax are at all of our physical locations.

Other programs offered are:

• USO care packages for those deploying.

• Welcome home activities.

• Special events around holidays.

The mission of the USO is to lift the spirits of America’s troops and their families. All USO Northwest Florida programs are free of charge and are open to all active duty, dependents and retirees.


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