Naval Air Station Jacksonville is one of the Navy’s finest and fastest growing installations and is the recipient of the 2012 Presidential Excellence Award and 2013 Commander, Navy Installations Command Excellence Award. We are the largest Navy base in the Southeast Region and third in the nation. As a master air and industrial base, Naval Air Station Jacksonville supports U.S. and allied forces specializing in anti-submarine warfare and training of the best aviators in the world.
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NAS Jacksonville to host the Blue Angels in 2014
NAS Jacksonville is proud to be hosting the Blue Angels Oct. 25-26, 2014. Upon receiving the 2014 Blue Angels Air Show schedule, NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Roy Undersander stated that he was delighted the Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron – Blue Angels - is returning to its birthplace - NAS Jacksonville. Undersander also praised City of Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown and Beaches’ mayors for agreeing to switch the 2014 air show venue as a result of the 2013 cancellation.
The George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 2 departed Norfolk Nov. 20 to begin Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) – a series of training exercises designed to certify that the carrier strike group is “deployment-ready” by testing its ability to react to real-world scenarios and perform as an integral unit.
A two-helicopter detachment from the HSM-74 “Swamp Foxes” returned to NAS Jacksonville Nov. 18, completing a 10-month independent deployment on board USS Gravely (DDG 107), an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer.
It was standing room only at Dewey’s All-Hands Club when hundreds of Sailors and civilian employees from Commander, Navy Region Southeast and NAS Jacksonville attended the holiday safety stand down Nov. 20.
The VP-8 “Fighting Tigers” depart NAS Jacksonville at the end of November for a dual-site, seven-month deployment to Bahrain and El Salvador.
Four Physical Security Specialists from the Navy Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) spent a week at NAS Jacksonville teaching security personnel from both NAS Jacksonville and NSB Kings Bay the Active Shooter Response Course.