Naval Air Station Jacksonville
Naval Air Station Jacksonville is one of the Navy’s finest and fastest growing installations and is the recipient of the 2012 Presidential Excellence Award and 2013 Commander, Navy Installations Command Excellence Award. We are the largest Navy base in the Southeast Region and third in the nation. As a master air and industrial base, Naval Air Station Jacksonville supports U.S. and allied forces specializing in anti-submarine warfare and training of the best aviators in the world.
NAS Jax Quarterdeck - (904) 542-2338/9
DoD Safe Helpline: 1-877-995-5247
Duty Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocate - (904) 910-9075
NAS Jax Sexual Assault Response Coordinator - (904) 548-7789
NS Mayport Sexual Assault Response Coordinator - (904) 548-8392
NAS Jacksonville to host the Blue Angels in 2014
NAS Jacksonville is proud to be hosting the Blue Angels Oct. 25-26, 2014. Upon receiving the 2014 Blue Angels Air Show schedule, NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Roy Undersander stated that he was delighted the Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron – Blue Angels - is returning to its birthplace - NAS Jacksonville. Undersander also praised City of Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown and Beaches’ mayors for agreeing to switch the 2014 air show venue as a result of the 2013 cancellation.
Visit the NAS Jacksonville Air Show Web Site
Rear Adm. Mary Jackson relieved Read Adm. Rick Williamson as Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) during a change of command ceremony on board NAS Jacksonville, July 18.
Hundreds of VP-16 shipmates, family members and friends - joined by local TV news teams - welcomed the final airlift of Sailors from their 7-month deployment in the Pacific theater back to NAS Jacksonville on the morning of July 16.
The "Mad Foxes" of Patrol Squadron (VP) 5 began a seven-month deployment to the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations, following a turnover ceremony at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan, July 15.
One hundred youths atteneded the free, two-day football skills camp hosted by veteran NFL wide reciever Steve Smith of the Baltimore Ravens.
More than 60 5-12 year-old children headed to SonTreasure Island (this year's theme), a week-long Vacation Bible School held at the NAS Jax Chapel July 14-18.