Welcome to Naval Air Station Pensacola located on the Gulf Coast in Pensacola, Florida. We are committed to fully support the operational and training missions of tenants assigned, enhancing the readiness of the U.S. Navy, its related armed services and other customers.
WELCOME TO CORRY STATION. IT’S GREAT TO HAVE YOU ABOARD! For personnel reporting to the Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Pensacola, report to the administration department in Building 3783. You may contact NIOC administration at 850-452-0311 or DSN 922-0311.
Saufley Field has been in the supporting cast of Navy Pensacola’s long-running drama, “Cradle of Naval Aviation,” for more than 50 years. Welcome! We hope your tour aboard Saufley Field will be especially enjoyable.
NAS Whiting Field is the busiest naval air station in the world, responsible for an estimated 46 percent of the Chief of Naval Air Training Command’s total flight time and more than 11 percent of Navy and Marine Corps total flight time. More than 1,200 service personnel complete their
The site now occupied by Naval Air Station Pensacola has a colorful historical background dating back to the 16th century when Spanish explorer Don Tristan de Luna founded a colony on the bluff where Fort Barrancas is now situated. In the ensuing years, the flags of Spain, France, Great
The city of Pensacola has a rich history full of everything from archeological sites to significant historical events and interestingly enough, was the first European settlement in 1559. In 1743, the first commercial export cargo left the Port of Pensacola and consisted of pine, pitch products and the wooden
Story by Douglas Stutz on 11/19/2016 By Douglas H Stutz, Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs Capt. Matthew A. McQueen turned over leadership of Operational Health Support Unit (OHSU) Bremerton to Capt. Frank Brajevic during a change of command ceremony on Nov. 18, 2016. For McQueen, a New Orleans, Louisiana native,
PENSACOLA, Fla. The Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) released an overhauled version of the information systems technician (IT) rating non-resident training course (NRTC), Nov. 10. The new NRTC immediately replaces previous versions, which will be archived in six months, and applies to Sailors with Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) codes
Story by Jason Bortz on 11/10/2016 PENSACOLA, Fla. Naval Hospital Pensacola has a new program to screen at risk patients for lung cancer, which is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths among men and women according to the American Cancer Society. Lung cancer can be very hard to cure, but