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Welcome to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth

It's our pleasure to welcome you to NAS JRB Fort Worth. 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 JRB Fort Worth 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.

 

  • Congratulations to MA2 Patricia Lacambacal for reenlisting 3 years! CAPT Mark McLean, NAS JRB Fort Worth Commanding Officer, was the reenlisting officer for the ceremony, held on the flight line of the installation! Congratulations on staying Navy MA2! (Courtesy photos by MA3 Domonique Ingram)
  • Congratulations to Logistics Specialist 3rd Class Alithia Harris, NAS JRB Fort Worth Sailor in the Spotlight! Go to https://www.facebook.com/NASJRBFortWorth/ to read more. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose Jaen/Released)
  • Sharon Zacharias, Director Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Fort Worth (left), was presented a $1500 donation by Leigh-Ann Boland, Vice Chairman of the Thrift Shop at NAS JRB Fort Worth (right).  Donations like these make it possible to continue serving our Active Duty and Retired Sailors and Marines when they have emergency needs.  (Courtesy photo/Released)
  • Happy Birthday Chiefs!
Members of the NAS JRB Fort Worth Chief’s Mess conduct colors at the headquarters building on the installation. Today, our Navy Chief’s Mess celebrate 128 years of the US Navy Chief Petty Officer. (U.S. Navy photo by Candateshia Pafford/Released)

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