NSB NEW LONDON

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

Naval Submarine Base New London

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Welcome to Naval Submarine Base New London, the Home of the Submarine Force!

Naval Submarine Base New London (SUBASE)
marks a centennial milestone during 2015. ...

Newcomer's Information

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Preplanning is essential for newcomers moving to Naval Submarine Base New London, whether for a permanent change of station or student assignment. An excellent source of information for military moves is the Department of Defense Military OneSource website atwww.militaryonesource.mil. This is a Depa...

Housing

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Whether visiting Naval Submarine Base New London for a short stay or arranging a permanent change of station move, most newcomers need a temporary place to stay. Since the base is located in the heart of New England’s most popular tourist area, local hotels and motels are often booked early an...

Health

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Buildings 449 and 575
Appointments: 888-628-9633

The primary mission of the Naval Branch Health Clinic (NBHC) Groton — located on Naval Submarine Base New London — is to provide quality, patient-centered medical care to all eligible beneficiaries. The clinic is open 7:30 a.m. to ...

Facilities and Services

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Building 84, First Floor
Phone: 860-694-3232

Religious opportunities, including worship services, religious education and other special programs, are available for people of all faiths through the Command Religious Program. Chaplains are located throughout the base and are ready to support t...

Morale, Welfare & Recreation

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Regardless of your social and recreational interests — sports and fitness, going to the movies, traveling or enjoying the outdoors — Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) has a program for you. But the programs aren’t limited to adults. Safe, fun and educational programs are also av...

Commands at Naval Submarine Base New London

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The mission of Commander Submarine Squadron 4 is to equip, man and train Sailors assigned to fast-attack submarines to ensure they are combat-ready and capable of taking the fight to the enemy. Its submarines are able to bring strength, agility, firepower and endurance to the battle space like no ot...

Historic Ship Nautilus & Submarine Force Museum

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One highlight of any trip to the Mystic-New London area is a visit to the historic ship Nautilus and Submarine Force Museum. When commissioned, USS Nautilus (SSN 571) was the world’s first nuclear-powered ship. Today, the submarine is open for tours. ...

Southeastern Connecticut: Gateway to New England

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Picturesque historical villages blend with urban centers, rolling hills, stone walls, graceful shorelines, spectacular fall foliage and diverse attractions to make southeastern Connecticut a wonderful place to live.