Congratulations on your assignment to UIC 00207/47210:
Contact 904-542-8338 or email JAXS_NAS_EXEC_Sponsor@navy.mil with questions.
Active Duty/Reserve: http://www.navy.com/
Civilian recruiters looking for veterans to hire:
NAS Jax has a Transition Assistance Program (TAP) to assist personnel leaving the military find work in the civilian world. The TAP coordinators often provide information on recruiters to the transitioning personnel. You may contact the TAP program at (904) 542-5745 or E-mail: TAP Coordinator
How do I find a civilian/contract job at NAS Jacksonville?
Hiring is done centrally through https://www.usajobs.gov.
Contract employment on this base or at Cecil Commerce Center is handled through Work Source. Their Orange Park office is located at 2141 Loch Rane Blvd, Suite 102; phone number is (904) 213-3888.
The following link from the Office of Personnel Management has information for job-searching veterans. http://www.opm.gov/
Galley Menu A recording of today's menu may be accessed at (904) 542-4245. You may also call the galley at (904) 542-3854/8597.
History (NAS Jax, Navy)
We have a large selection on our Web site. Please visit our History Home, or using the navigation bar at the top, select "History," and you will find photos of aircraft and buildings throughout the years. Please also view our extensive chronology, covering almost a hundred years of military activity on what is today NAS Jacksonville.
You may also find some useful information at the Naval Historical Center: http://www.history.navy.mil/
How do I find people I think might be/might have been stationed at NAS Jacksonville?
If you know they are at NAS Jax, contact their command using our phone directory
If you are not sure if they are on NAS Jax or at another command, look for them in our Navy/Marine Corps White Pages (if you are at a .mil)
Search for their names on the Internet, send a letter to their last known address or call information in the city in which they last resided.
Or you can try DefenseLINK
NAS Jax does not maintain records on personnel who may have been stationed here in the past.
If they are deceased and you are the next of kin, you can request their service record from the National Archives or though the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Other suggestions: do a Web search for them by various combinations of their name, rank/rate, commands in which they served. Also contact reunion groups (many military reunion groups may be found online).
See the phone directory or call the NAS Quarterdeck at (904) 542-2338 for information.
For a recording of flights, please call (904) 542-3825.
Please also check our Space-A homepage.
When does the uniform changeover occur? What is the uniform of the day?
Summer: First Monday in April
Officers and CPOs: khaki
E-6 and Below: summer whites
Winter: First Monday in December
Officers and CPOs: khaki
E-6 and Below: winter blue