Welcome to Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base

It's our pleasure to welcome you to NAS Fort Worth JRB. 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 Fort Worth JRB 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, Texas (July 12, 2018) Sailors and Marines work together to load ammunition and supplies at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base. The supplies will be flown south to aid U.S. Marines training Mexican marines in anti-narcotic warfare efforts. U.S. Navy photo by Jacquelyn D. Childs (Released)
  • FORT WORTH, Texas (Dec. 6, 2018) Capt. Kevin
  • FORT WORTH, Texas (Dec. 7, 2018) Culinary Speicalist 1st Class Kimberly Guy frocks Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Kari Gallagher both assigned to Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base during a frocking ceremony Dec. 7. NAS Fort Worth  JRB conducted a unique frocking ceremony where the first class petty officers performed the traditional sewing on the crows for those advanced to petty officer third class. U.S. Navy photo by Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Timothy Ramirez (Released).
  • FORT WORTH, Texas (Dec. 6, 2018) An F-18 Super Hornet assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 31, the
  • 170829-N-XB816-048 FORT WORTH, Texas (Sep. 29, 2017)Master-at-Arms 1st Class Ethan Marsh conducts bite training with Military Working Dog Bush at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.  The security department uses and trains military working dogs for searching buildings for explosives and narcotics, as well as routine patrols. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Howard/Released)
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