05B4 Commander, Navy Region Southeast

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"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, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee,Texas, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.



Maj. Jason Ellis, right, operations officer at Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 (VMGR-234) and Capt. Kyle, power line division chief, are on final approach to Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.  VMGR-234 is part of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve which augments and reinforces the active duty components.  U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Howard (Released) 161011-N-XB816-008 Peyton and Amy Lynn Culpepper participate in an underwater pumpkin carving contest sponsored by Reef Raiders, a local scuba diving club, at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Oct. 30.  NSGB is essential to the National Maritime Strategy and continually strengthens our nation's ability to maneuver from the sea. (U.S. Navy Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class John Philip Wagner, Jr./ Released) Cyndi Hill, the assistant lead for the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society Thrift Shop pulls up to a shot station to receive her flu shot in the parking area of the Fleet and Family Support Center Nov. 6. The drive up flu shot clinic was designed to give as many DoD personnel on board NCBC an opportunity to quickly and efficiently receive a flu shot. 161110-N-SX613-054  ORLANDO, Fla. (Nov. 10, 2016)  Medal of Honor recipient, Hershel  W. "Woody" Williams signs a map of Iwo Jima during his visit to Naval Support Activity Orlando.  Williams earned the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Battle of Iwo Jima during World War II.   He was aboard NSA Orlando to commemorate the Marine Corps' 241st birthday. Petty Officer 2nd Class Joe Breese, a construction electrician with Naval Construction Group 2 shows 8th graders how to operate military equipment at the Biloxi Convention Center Nov. 17. Breese was an exhibitor during the Pathways to Possibilities Career Expo where 8,000 8th graders tour a multitude of career choices in South Mississippi. Chief Petty Officer Samantha Carpenter, NASCC Security, was just one of dozens of volunteers who served a hot Thanksgiving dinner to more than 630 military, retirees and family members at the Catalina Club aboard NAS Corpus Christi. The United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce and local grocery store HEB donated the turkey dinner with all the fixings and dessert. This is the third year that dinner has been served at the Club on Thanksgiving Day providing a warm holiday environment for all who were hungry. (Photo by Fifi Kieschnick/RELEASED) Petty Officer 2nd Class Timothy Long, a construction electrician student at the Naval Construction Training Center works on a parallel forward, reverse and stop control mechanism. Many of the projects during the CE course are hands on. The NCTC students are required to apply their knowledge gained with actual functioning equipment to demonstrate their proficiency. (U.S. Navy photo by Brian Lamar) Naval Air Station Meridian Funeral Honors Detail Sailors carry the remains of Fireman 1st Class Jim Johnston at the Wesson Cemetery. Johnston, a Mississippi native, died at the attack on Pearl Harbor on the USS Oklahoma. His remains were recently identified through the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency that exhumed remains from the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu. A JROTC student passes a wreath to a U.S. Marine during a Wreaths Across America Ceremony at Barrancas National Cemetery on board Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP). The event is held annually to remember, pay tribute and honor fallen veterans. 170106-N-OY319-405 PENSACOLA, Fla. (Jan.6, 2017) Members of the Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola Honor Guard carry the remains of Water Tender First Class Walter Henry Sollie as they leave the base's Aviation Memorial Chapel at the conclusion of his funeral service. (U.S. Navy photo by Mike O'Connor/Released)

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