Naval Station Norfolk Norfolk, VA
facilities outside of Washington, D.C. is home to more than 6,000 personnel including major tenant commands: US Fleet Forces Command, Joint Staff Hampton Roads, US Marine Corps Forces Command, Naval Submarine Forces, Atlantic, and Naval Reserve Forces Command. Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads- Northwest Annex Chesapeake, VA Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads-Northwest Annex provides a wide array of support services for 11 tenant commands, comprised of U.S. Coast Guard and Department of Homeland Security operational units, U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection training commands, and Navy, Coast Guard and NATO strategic communication activities. Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads- Portsmouth Portsmouth, VA Formerly known as Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP), Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads-Portsmouth has proudly served the military and their families since 1830, making it the Navy’s oldest continuously operating hospital. This is a nationally acclaimed state-of- the-art medical center. Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg Mechanicsburg, PA Naval Support Activity (NSA) Mechanicsburg located in Central Pennsylvania on the eastern boundary of Mechanicsburg, is a strategic logisticshub formanyof theNavy’smost important programs. It hasmore than 150 buildings with 8.8 million square feet of space. The various land uses at NSAMechanicsburg fall into four functional areas: administrative; housing and community facilities; warehousing; and open storage. Some 40 tenant commands are located on the 806-acre complex.
Naval Station (NAVSTA) Norfolk is the largest naval station in the world. It supports the operational readiness of the US Atlantic Fleet, providing facilities and services to enable mission accomplishment. It is geographically located in the Southeastern corner of Virginia, collectively known as Hampton Roads. This concentration of 14 piers with 75 ships and 11 aircraft hangers serving 134 aircraft, accounts for 3,100 ship movements per year. Air operations average 275 flights per day, one every six minutes, transporting over 150,000 passengers and 264,000 tons of mail and cargo annually. Naval Submarine Base New London Groton, CT Naval Submarine Base (SUBASE) New London is the world’s first and finest submarine base and is also known as the Home of the Submarine Force. This 1,217-acre installation along the Thames River in Groton, Connecticut is home to 15 attack submarines, more than 70 tenant commands, the Naval Submarine School and supports more than 21,000 civilian and active duty personnel. At 97 squaremiles, Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane is 40 percent larger thanWashington,DC.Withthehighestconcentrationofscientists,engineers, and technicians in the region, it providesprofessional, qualityshoresupport allowing tenant partners to focusonengineering, ammunition, and logistics missions for the defense of our nation and to identify deficiencies and follow throughwith the planwithin fiscal constraints. Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads- Headquarters Norfolk, VA Naval Support Activity Crane Crane, IN Naval Support Activity (NSA) Hampton Roads, with the largest concentrationof fleet headquartersadministrativeandcommunication
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