Mission: Enable and sustain warfighter readiness from the shore.
Goal: Operational and personal excellence
Focus Areas: Enable, Engagement, Energy, Environment, Encroachment
Respect – be considerate of others
Integrity – truthful, honorable, loyal
Balance – life and service
Ownership – this is our Region
Level of Knowledge – know your job
Procedural Compliance – know the standards
Communication Protocols – eliminate confusion
Questioning Attitude – initiative and continuous improvement
Forceful Back-Up – support each other to the end
Risk Management – keep us all safe
Customer Service – receptive, responsive with etiquette
Resourcing – understand requirements and constraints
Auditability – know where our resources go
Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) is the regional commander and immediate superior in command, and manages and oversees shore installation management support and execution for 18 installations within Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Cuba.
Navy Region Southeast serves as the single responsible office, advocate, and point of contact for Navy installations; to provide consistent, effective, and efficient shore installation services and support to sustain and improve current and future fleet readiness and mission execution; to provide unified and consistent practices and procedures, standards of service, and funding to manage and oversee shore installation support to the fleet; to execute delivery of installation services through Navy facilities and installations; and to coordinate policy, planning, budgeting, execution, and reporting for all shore installations.
The commands include:
NSB Kings Bay
NAS Key West
NSA Panama City
NAS Whiting Field
NAS Corpus Christi
NAS Fort Worth JRB
NAS/JRB New Orleans
NAVSTA Guantanamo Bay
The commander also supports 37 Navy Operations Support Centers (NOSC) across the Southeast Region. The commander also serves as the Navy’s regional planning agent, regional environmental and public affairs coordinator and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency liaison, as well as the casualty assistance calls officer this area of responsibility.