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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.

 

  • FORT WORTH (MAR. 11, 2021) Electronic Technician 2nd Class Gerald Beeson, assigned to Naval Air Station(NAS)Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, participates in the Petty Officer 1st Class Navy-wide advancement exam. NAS Fort Worth JRB is a joint defense facility which plays a pivotal role in the training and equipping of air crews and aviation ground support personnel. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)
  • Congratulations to Civilian Fire Officer of the Year:  Sam DeSessa (left) and Fire Inspector of the Year: Jeff Owens (right). These two firefighters represent an outstanding team of over 40 professionals at our NAS JRB Fort Worth Fire Station, who stand the watch around the clock, always ready to place themselves in harms way to save lives, protect property and ensure we are always able to meet our mission requirements. Job well done! (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose Jaen/Released)
  • NAS JRB Fort Worth First Class Petty Officer Association, hosted a trash pick up March 5 on the installation and outside the commercial gate.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose Jaen/Released)
  • NAS JRB Fort Worth Child Development Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony for their newly built storm shelter, Mar. 3 aboard the installation. Child and Youth Program Director, Angela Noll said every little thing was considered in the build of this storm shelter. The shelter space is 1,647 square feet, not including the custom built restrooms to fit adult and child-sizes, with space to fit up to 320 occupants. Built with rebar and concrete, hosting 18-inch-thick walls, the shelter sits atop piers rooted into the ground that go down 2-5 feet. “It’s an amazing facility,” Noll said. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose Jaen/Released)
  • MWR Fort Worth hosted an All things Texas BBQ for Texas Independence Day aboard NAS JRB Fort Worth. The event was open to all service members and their families. Guest enjoyed games, attractions, and live music performed by country artist Vanessa Leigh. (Courtesy photo from NAS JRB Fort Worth MWR)

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