05B4 Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic

Welcome to Navy Region Mid-Atlantic

Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic (CNRMA) is the regional coordinator for all shore-based naval personnel and shore activities in the Mid-Atlantic region, which encompasses 20 states, 14 installations, and 50 Naval Operational Support Centers (NOSCs).

As the naval shore installation management headquarters for the Mid-Atlantic region, CNRMA provides coordination of base operating support functions for operating forces throughout the region in support of the Fleet, Fighter and Family.

  • Fleet represents the operating forces of the Navy. CNRMA ensures all installation requirements necessary to train and operate the Fleet (Ports, Airfields, Training Ranges, etc.) are maintained and ready.
  • Fighter represents the men and women in the operating forces. CNRMA ensures each installation's ability to facilitate the manning, training and equipping of the Navy's fighting force.
  • Family represents the men and women of the armed forces and their families. To ensure our fighting forces are supported on all fronts, CNRMA Family and Community Services, Housing and Safety provide the quality of life, support and services that allow the fighting forces to focus on mission accomplishment.


160802-N-JO245-137 Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, signs an energy initiative agreement during a solar signing ceremony at Naval Air Station Oceana. 160723-N-MA158-005 The aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) departs Norfolk Naval Shipyard for sea trials. 160716-N-YM718-077 Sailors assigned to Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Chattanooga man the rails during a remembrance ceremony for the Fallen Five at Ross’s Landing in downtown Chattanooga. The USS Chattanooga bell was rung five times to pay tribute to the Fallen Five and recognize the 1-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks at NOSC Chattanooga. 160803-N-TO519-089 Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) signals an MV-22B Osprey to land on the flight deck aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1). 160718-N-XI307-038 Sailors conduct a foreign object debris (FOD) walkdown on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77). 160719-N-WR119-494 A Sailor assigned to the Navy parachute demonstration team, the Leap Frogs, jumps with the American flag into Sioux Falls Stadium. 160719-N-ZZ999-112 USS Coronado (LCS 4), an Independence-variant littoral combat ship, launches the first over-the-horizon missile engagement using a Harpoon Block 1C missile. 160722-N-WJ386-061 U.S. Navy flight demonstration squadron, the Blue Angels, performs a Dirty Roll on Takeoff during a practice for the Sioux Falls Airshow. 160714-N-FP878-218 A Boatswain’s Mate signals a MH-60S Seahawk from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 22, during flight deck qualifications aboard guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71).

October is Energy Action Month. The president has proclaimed October 2016 as Energy Action Month. The Department of the Navy’s (DON)’s theme is, again, “Power. Presence.” in recognition of the critical role that energy plays in our ability to complete our mission. Energy Action Month is the perfect time for the services to reinforce behaviors that our Sailors and Marines can take to optimize their energy use to boost warfighting capabilities. Power. Presence. These are fundamental to the Navy and Marine Corps’ mission to ensure stability, deter potential adversaries, and present options in times of crisis, and they depend on access to secure and reliable energy. We are deploying next-generation capabilities which boost combat effectiveness, maximize strategic options, and better protect our Sailors and Marines. Visit http://greenfleet.dodlive.mil/energy/energy-action-month/ for more information.

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