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Welcome to Naval Air Station Whiting Field (NASWF), the busiest aviation complex in the world and home to Training Air Wing FIVE (TW-5), the

Welcome Aboard

Welcome NAS Whiting Field is the busiest Naval air station in the world, responsible for an estimated 46 percent of the Chief of Naval

Support Services

The Administration Department’s primary mission is to provide support for all military personnel regarding military pay issues. Located in Headquarters Building 1401, Room 112,

Recreation

Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR)   Administrative Offices The MWR Division Director, administrative staff and project managers promote and maintain the well-being and quality of

Tenant Commands

Training Air Wing Five   Training Air Wing FIVE (TRAWING 5) consists of the commander, his staff and six training squadrons. The primary mission of

History

The busiest field in the Training Command today is 73-year-old NAS Whiting Field, home to Training Wing FIVE’s three T-6B Texan II primary fixed-wi

Local Area

Welcome to Santa Rosa County   On behalf of the Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce, welcome to Santa Rosa County, Florida. Whether your travel

News

A symbol of independence on Independence Day

Story by TSgt Tamara Dabney on 07/03/2018 On June 10th, dozens of people gathered in Meriden, Conn. to watch the retirement of faded and wor

Colo. National Guard supporting Spring Fire response

CENTENNIAL, Colo. By order of the Governor, 32 Colorado National Guard members assisted the Spring Fire incident commander with traffic control points in Costilla County

Awareness and training keeps Northwest region ready for Cascadia Subduction Zone disasters

Story by MSgt John Hughel on 07/03/2018 WARRENTON, Ore. The reliable summer weather along the Oregon coast provides an opportunity to prepare for the unpredictable.

Peterson AFB child selected as ambassador for stair-climb event

Story by Audrey Jensen on 07/03/2018 Hearing news they least expected of their 3-year-old son, Tom, came as a complete shock to the Echelmeyers. While

Charleston Reservist served as Hornets intern before, after deployment

Story by Michael Dukes on 07/02/2018 When Charleston Reservist Staff Sgt. Della Creech was given the opportunity to work as a paid intern for the

Last Baby Delivered at Naval Hospital Pensacola

Story by Jason Bortz on 07/02/2018 On June 28 at 6:10 p.m., the final call of "baby boy, United States Navy arriving," echoed throughout Naval
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