05B4 Naval Weapons Station Earle
Naval Weapons Station Earle Notification
On Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, Capt. Jay Steingold, commanding officer, Naval Weapons Station Earle, and Balfour Beatty Northeast Housing, LLC Vice President Mr. Edward Lopes, met with New Jersey local elected officials and school district representatives to provide an informational brief and update regarding the possibility of Unaffiliated Civilians (UC) living in housing owned and managed by Balfour Beatty Northeast Housing, LLC. Since 2004, Balfour Beatty Northeast Housing, LLC has owned and managed the housing on-base through a Public Private Venture (PPV) partnership with the Navy.

Welcome to Naval Weapons Station Earle

This desirable area serves as an ‘escape’ for people living or working in New York City and has been listed in "The New Yorker" as one of the best places to live in the country. One local community, Brick, N.J., was rated the No. 1 safest community in the U.S.!

Installation Information

The station’s Mainside is located in Colts Neck and the Waterfront is in the Leonardo section of Middletown. The two areas are connected by a private, federally-owned roadway. Colts Neck sits in the heart of New Jersey’s horse farming region and is only 20 minutes away from the famed Jersey Shore. Leonardo is located on Sandy Hook Bay overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the New York skyline.

150604-N-RX384-035 COLTS NECK, N.J. -- A  Sailor rings the ceremonial bell during the installation's annual Battle of Midway ceremony at the Battle of Midway Memorial Park (U.S. Navy file photo) 130909-N-NX070-091 LEONARDO, N.J. -- A Sailor moves ordnance on the flight deck of the multipurpose amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5) during an ammunition on load at Naval Weapons Station, Earle, N.J. (U.S. Navy file photo) 160817-RX384-N-001 LEONARDO, N.J. -- Sailors assist the NY/NJ Baykeepers install oyster castles in the waters off NWS Earle's pier. The Navy and the Baykeepers hope to establish a living shoreline at the entrance of Ware creek, on the northern side of the Navy's pier, which will help protect the shoreline from the effects of climate change and sea-level rise, while helping to clean the water in the Raritan Bay. (U.S. Navy file photo) LEONARDO, N.J. -- An aerial view of Naval Weapons Station Earle's 2.9 mile finger pier in Sandy Hook Bay, N.J. (U.S. Navy file photo) 161214-RX384-N-093 HOLMDEL, N.J. -- A Naval Weapons Station Earle Color Guard member renders a salute during the playing of Taps at the Wreaths Across America ceremony at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. (U.S. Navy file photo) 141111-N-LR347-023 -- NEW YORK Sailors assigned to Naval Weapons Station Earle, N.J. wave to crowds along the Fifth Avenue parade route from a harbor patrol boat during the annual New York City Veterans Day Parade. (U.S. Navy file photo) 160916-RX384-N-074 COLTS NECK, N.J. -- A Sailor places the cover of a U.S. Navy Chief upon the head of one of Naval Weapons Station Earle newest Chief Petty Officer’s during a CPO pinning ceremony at the base chapel. (U.S. Navy file photo) 130909-N-NX070-105 LEONARDO, N.J. Rows of ordnance are grouped on the flight deck before it is sent down to the magazines of the multipurpose amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5) during an ammunition on load at Naval Weapons Station, Earle, N.J. (U.S. Navy photo)
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