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Welcome to Fleet Activities Yokosuka

Supporting  Our Fleet - through services and facilities to forward deployed naval forces whenever and wherever needed.  Our challenge is to anticipate and provide fleet service and support needs on demand.Supporting Our Fighters - by ensuring they have 100% access to the services and tools they need to succeed in professional and personal endeavors allowing them to focus on their mission. Supporting Our Families - by meeting the needs of our active duty married and single Sailor, civilian, civil service, and contractor families across a broad spectrum of services to provide quality of life at home in Yokosuka.Supporting Our Community - through strong partnerships between Fleet Activities, Yokosuka, and the Japanese community. A vibrant, good neighbor relationship is critical to sustained superior U.S. and Japanese international relations.

Imagery from CFAY

YOKOSUKA, Japan (June 13, 2018) Senior Chief Master-at-Arms Christopher Fiske is pinned during a frocking ceremony onboard U.S. Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka. Including Fiske, three Sailors were advanced to the rank of Senior Chief Petty Officer during the ceremony. (U.S. Navy photo by Yuji Kawabe/Released by FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs Office) YOKOSUKA, Japan (June 14, 2018) -- The Sullivans Elementary School fifth graders gather before walking down the halls to high-five younger students on their way out the door on the last day of school, June 14. The annual tradition marks the end of their time at the elementary school and the beginning of a summer spent relaxing before beginning middle school onboard U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka. (U.S. Navy photo by Kristina Doss/Released by U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka Public Affairs Office) YOKOSUKA, Japan (June 15, 2018) – Sailors assigned to base security onboard U.S. Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka conduct an active shooter drill as part of Citadel Pacific 2018. Citadel Pacific is annual force protection exercise designed to enhance training, readiness and capability of Navy Security Forces to respond to threats to Navy Installations and units. (Photo by Ryo Isobe/ Released by FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs Office) YOKOSUKA, Japan (June 22, 2018)- Sailors from U.S. Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka participate in a monthly city cleanup with Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force, South Kanto Defense Bureau, and City of Yokosuka personnel, 22 June. (U.S. Navy photo by Garrett Zopfi/Released by FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs Office) YOKOSUKA, Japan – The British Royal Navy Amphibious Assault Ship HMS Albion (L 14) arrives at U.S. Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka for a scheduled port visit. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Peter Burghart/180629-N-XN177-0045 Released) YOKOSUKA, Japan (June 29, 2018) – Members of Commander Navy Region Japan, Fire and Emergency Services onboard Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka pose with Rear Adm. Gregory Fenton, Commander, Navy Region Japan, Capt. Jeffrey Kim, Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka and Cmdr. Terry McNamara, Chief Staff Officer of FLEACT Yokosuka following an award ceremony. (Photo by Ryo Isobe/ Released by FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs Office) YOKOSUKA, Japan – A British Royal Navy Landing Craft Utility (LCU) offloads amphibious vehicles for maintenance from the amphibious assault ship HMS Albion (L 14) while the ship is at U.S. Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka for a scheduled port visit. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Peter Burghart/180630-N-XN177-0150 Released) YOKOSUKA, Japan (July 4, 2018) – U.S. Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka celebrates America’s independence at the annual Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Color Run. Approximately 500 community members participated in the 5k fun run. (U.S. Navy photo by Maria Dumanlang/Released by FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs Office) YOKOSUKA, Japan (July 12, 2018) - Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer engages with Sailors and Marines during an All Hands Call at the Fleet Theater onboard U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka, July 12. (U.S. Navy photo by Garrett Zopfi/Released by U. S. 7th Fleet Public Affairs Office)

Installation Information

Fleet Activities, Yokosuka comprises 568 acres and is located 43 miles south of Tokyo at the entrance of Tokyo Bay and approximately 18 miles south of Yokohama. Yokosuka is on the Miura peninsula in the Kanto Plain region of the Pacific Coast in Central Honshu, Japan. CFAY is the largest overseas U.S. Naval installation in the world and is considered to be one of the most strategically important bases in the U.S. military.

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Update to Pets and PCS Travel

Computer Desktop Notification System (CDNS)

CDNS is short for Computer Desktop Notification System. CDNS is the system used by shore commands to
provide simultaneous emergency notifications to OneNet computer desktops, as well as home, work and
mobile email and telephones.

CDNS Registration Instructions:    English | 日本語

CDNS Registration Example            CDNS Registration Forms

Computer Desktop Notification System (CDNS) AtHoc Self Service User Guide (CAC Card Required)
コンピュータ・デスクトップ・通知システム(CDNS) セルフサービス・ユーザー・ガイド


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