05B4 Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth
160606-N-XB816-042 FORT WORTH, Texas (June 9, 2016) A Marine in the 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment, tests one of the many communications systems during exercise Iron Rage 2016 at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.  Iron Rage is an annual joint, simulated global communication exercise.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Howard/Released) 160603-N-XB816-036 FORT WORTH, Texas (June 3, 2016) Honored World War II veterans, Army Air Corps 1st Lt. Fiske Hanley, center, and Army Sgt. Joe Simpson, right, talk to service members of Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base about their tours of duty during World War II at the "Battle of Midway Commemoration."  This year is the 74th Anniversary of the decisive battle, known as the turning point in World War II, which lead to U.S. victory in the Pacific.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Howard/Released) 160525-N-XB816-045 FORT WORTH, Texas (May 25, 2016) Maj. David de Carion, MATSS Fort Worth officer in charge, steps in as a guest conductor during the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) performance at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.  FWSO performed a series of patriotic songs in honor of Memorial Day.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Howard/Released) 160709-N-WR-682-114 FORT WORTH, Texas (July 9, 2016) Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base Commanding Officer  Capt. Mike Steffen (left) and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price (right) ride to the completion of this eight-mile leg of the Tour de Fort Worth.   The installation was one of 21 stops on the 2016 Tour  de Fort Worth which runs through July 17. 160714-N-WR682-005 FORT WORTH, Texas (July 14, 2016) Campers from the 2016 Drug Education For Youth (DEFY) program pose for a picture after a visit to three of the aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.  The DEFY program is a comprehensive and multi-phased program to reduce risk and strengthen protective factors research has linked directly to adolescent alcohol and drug use, school failure, delinquency and violence. The program was developed to strengthen the ability and resolve of the participants in order to resist the pressure to become involved with illegal drugs and gangs. (U.S. Navy photo by Karin Krause/Released) 160722-N-WR682-031 FORT WORTH, Texas (July 22, 2016) Darby Bixler, co-director, cues the parrot performers for their entrance during the dress rehearsal of "Blackbeard the Pirate" before the performance at  July 22 at the base theater. The performance was produced by the Missoula Children's Theater and performed by the children of military and civilian employees attached to NAS Fort Worth JRB. (U.S. Navy photo by Karin Krause/Released)

Welcome to Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base

It's our pleasure to welcome you to NAS Fort Worth JRB. As a Joint Reserve Base, we are home to a variety of Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Army and Texas Air National Guard units. Established on October 1, 1994 as the first Joint Reserve Base in the country, our mission is to provide unsurpassed support and quality training for our Reserve and Guard "war fighters" in all branches of the Armed Services.

Installation Information

NAS Fort Worth JRB is made up of approximately 40 separate commands. Our 10,000 active duty military, Guardsmen, Reservists, and civilian employees work as a team to accomplish our overall mission of support, and take great pride in our contributions to national defense and the local community.

 

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