Welcome to Naval Station Mayport, Florida, one of three major Navy installations in the Jacksonville area. Mayport is unique in that it is home


HOUSING SERVICE CENTER All personnel transferring to Naval Station Mayport are required to contact the Housing Service Center (HSC), in Building 289, prior to

Support Services

AMERICAN RED CROSS American Red Cross provides services to military personnel and their families. Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services personnel work in more

Tenant Commands

AFLOAT TRAINING GROUP MAYPORT Afloat Training Group Mayport (ATGM) provides fleet training, assessments, and certification assistance to surface force Immediate Superiors in Command (ISICs),


MWR MAYPORT AND DEPLOYED FORCES SUPPORT MWR Mayport is home to “the finest resort on the First Coast” ... and you’re already a member.


Sailors have been flocking to the area surrounding the present site of Naval Station Mayport for more than 400 years. With its ease of

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


Vice Adm. Matthew Kohler Engages With IWTC Virginia Beach Students and Staff

By Lt. Tiya DeGhetto, Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. Vice Adm. Matthew Kohler, deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare

Mayport LCS Sailors Train, Fight in Virtual Reality

Story by PO3 Alana Langdon on 08/05/2019 A ship, a submarine and a mine are all playing hide and seek. A Littoral Combat Ship (LCS)

Navy Commissions USS Billings, Eighth Freedom-Variant Littoral Combat Ship

Story by PO3 Marianne Guemo on 08/03/2019 By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Marianne Guemo, Navy Public Affairs Support Element East Detachment Southeast KEY WEST,

IWTC Virginia Beach Sailor Forges Information Warfare Warriors

By Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Kalil Negronrodriguez, a 2012 Poinciana High School graduate, and a native

PMINT and the 26th MEU

Story by 2LT James Sartain on 07/29/2019 CAMP LEJEUNE, NC - On July 19, 2019, the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) successfully completed Amphibious Squadro

Warship USS Paul Ignatius (DDG 117) Brought to Life

Story by PO3 Alana Langdon on 07/27/2019 By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Alana Langdon, NPASE East, Det. Southeast PORT EVERGLADES, Fla. The Navy commissioned
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