NAS JACKSONVILLE

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

75th Anniversary Chronology

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The site that NAS Jacksonville occupies today was first used by the U.S. Army in May 1907, and then by the Florida National Guard. After many sites were investigates, a 13,000-acre tract of land at Black Point was recommended as the site for a state camp. ...

Welcome Aboard

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Moving from family, friends and familiar surroundings can sometimes be stressful. Planning ahead is one way to make your move to Jacksonville a little easier. ...

Housing

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Housing ...

Support Services

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The Commanding Officer’s Action Line is available to help answer complaints and problems of personnel stationed at NAS Jacksonville. Call 904-542-2278 to leave a recorded message, or go to www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrse/installations/nas_jacksonville/about/co_suggestion_box.html.

Tenant Commands

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Aviation Survival Training Center (ASTC) Jacksonville is one of eight ASTCs around the country that are tasked to provide safe and effective survival training for aviators and aircrew. Training includes classroom lectures and simulator devices in a curriculum that emphasizes hands-on exposure to sur...

Morale, Welfare & Recreation

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904-542-3111/3112

History

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Naval Air Station Jacksonville History

Naval Air Station Jacksonville (NAS Jax) was officially commissioned Oct. 15, 1940, when Capt. Charles Mason raised his pennant as NAS Jacksonville’s first commanding officer. ...

Local Community

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Jacksonville is Florida’s “First Coast.” And it only gets better as we dive into a new millennium with endless opportunities within reach of all ages. Jacksonville is rich in history, mild in climate and bursting with entertainment to fulfill myriad individual tastes. Enjoy Jackson...