Welcome to Commander, Navy Region Southeast

"Where the Atlantic Fleet and the Navy's Air Training Command come to train."

 

About Commander, Navy Region Southeast

 

 

 

Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) manages and oversees shore installation management support and execution for 18 installations within the Southeastern United States, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee,Texas, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

 

 

The pyrotechnic "Wall of Fire" was the highlight of the night show that was part the 2014 Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola. The show was also part of the celebration for the 100th anniversary of the base.    Members of the Crash Division at Naval Air Station Whiting Field practice aircraft firefighting and rescue Thursday evening, Dec. 11.  The team took advantage of the Mobile Aircraft Fire Trainer to hone their team training skills.  U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Laurence Clemente. Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Chantle Correa conducts obstacle course training with Dawn on board Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay. This training ensures military working dogs can jump over obstacles they encounter in their jobs. Sailors assigned to Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Memphis pose for a photo on Beale Street with the mayor of Memphis, A C Wharton, during a luncheon celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Navy Reserve. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jeff Atherton/Released) Bravu Zulu to NAS Corpus Christi, named the Commander, Navy Region Southeast Military Working Dog (MWD) Kennel of the Year for 2014. A Submarine Base Kings Bay Fire Department firefighter simulates removing contamination off of a Maritime Force Protection Coast Guardsman April 14 during a training event organized to give both entities familiarity with unique decontamination practices. The blue waterproof suit is part of the Coast Guard's All Purpose Personnel Protective Equipment (APPPE). Ride 2 Recovery is a non-profit organization aimed at assisting injured military members and veterans in their recovery through cycling. They held an Honor Ride cycling event with 200 'healing heroes' cycling from Houston and were joined by 600 civilian cyclists in Fort Worth. The Honor Ride is held in memory of Clay Hunt, who was a R2R cyclist that lost his battle with PTSD, spurring recent legislation known as the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention Bill. This year's route covered many landmarks in the area, beginning in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards and making its way through NAS Fort Worth JRB, to include a short trip down the flight line.  (Photo by MC2 Nathan Gomez) NEW ORLEANS (April 26, 2015) – Navy Band Southeast Direct Lt. Scott Mythen conducts during a performance in New Orleans’ St. Louis Cathedral during a free concert as part of NOLA Navy Week. The week brings ships from the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, Great Britain and Canada along the shores of the Mississippi River from April 23-29 focusing on community relations while highlighting the sea services. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/Released) 150505-N-XJ155-003 NAS KINGSVILLE, Texas. (May, 5, 2015) U.S. Navy Capt. Donald Nisbett Jr. receives his "wet down" by Chase Misner after his final flight as Commodore, Training Air Wing TWO (TW-2). Capt. Nisbett has been in command of TW-2 since July 2013. It is a tradition in Naval Aviation to give the pilot a "wet down" after his final flight of the tour. (U.S. Navy photo by Fire Controlman 1st Class John Sessions/Released.) 150514-N-OX321-059 NAVAL STATION GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba-Lt. Jeff Campbell, Naval Station (NS) Guantanamo Bay Air Operations' Naval Training and Operating Procedures Standardizations Officer, conducts a preflight check inside a C-12 Huron aircraft. NS Guantanamo Bay supports three C-12 Huron aircraft to help meet the logistical needs of the installation and Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay through transportation of cargo, personnel and space available flights. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kegan E. Kay/Released)




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