Jacksonville, FL 32211, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide


NAS Jacksonville 1940-Present

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

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.


The Family Housing Office, in Building 960 on Ballard Street between Yorktown and Saratoga avenues, assigns public quarters to eligible applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. To be eligible for on-base family housing, a military member must have a legal dependent who will reside with him or her for at least nine consecutive months out of the year. NAS Jacksonville accepts applications from members stationed at NAS Jacksonville and tenant commands, as well as independent duty personnel within a one-hour commute during rush hour. Three- and four-bedroom quarters are available but with waiting lists ranging from approximately three to six months depending on time of the year.

Support Services

NAS Jacksonville Air Operations Department maintains NAS Jacksonville airfield, Naval Outlying Field Whitehouse, the Air Mobility Command Passenger Terminal, and detachment hangars and spaces to contribute to the mission of NAS Jax of enabling naval aviation war­fighting readiness by supporting the fleet, fighter and family.

Tenant Commands

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 survival skills.

Morale, Welfare & Recreation



Local Community

The First Coast offers an abundance of leisure activities to suit every taste. From the Jacksonville Jazz Festival and the city’s renowned symphony to greyhound racing and the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL football team, First Coast residents have an extensive variety of exciting activities from which tochoose.


Navy's Kyle Hooker Repeats, Army Sweeps Armed Forces Triathlon

Story by Steven Dinote on 06/23/2016

Air Force Maj. Judith Coyle from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington captured her first Armed Forces women's gold with an overall time of 2:11:03.

President Obama lands at Cecil Airport

Story by PO2 Timothy Schumaker on 02/26/2016

Cecil Airport is a public joint civilian-military airport and spaceport currently being utilized by the U.S. Navy while the airstrip at Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville is undergoing renovations.

1109th TASMG execute Aircraft Operations in Spain

Story by SGT Jeanne Bujalski on 01/19/2016

Throughout the months of December and January, the helicopters were flown in from Afghanistan and will be shipped to the Port of Jacksonville, Florida before being reassembled and flown to their home base at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

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