Welcome to Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach

On behalf of the Commanding Officer, welcome aboard the website of America's premier weapons station family, and winner of the 2018 Commander, Navy Region Southwest Installation Excellence Award for Small Installations.


The U.S. Navy is preparing an Environmental Assessment (EA) to analyze the potential environmental impacts of its proposal to renew fueling operations for commercial and military purposes at Defense Fuel Support Point San Pedro, California.  The Draft Environmental Assessment is now available for public review and comment, with the public comment period running from April 19-May 20, 2019.  For more information click HERE.

The public will have a unique opportunity to visit a U.S. Navy warship and meet her crew on the weekend of March 23-24 as the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station celebrates 75 years of support to the fleet.  For more information click HERE.  UPDATE:  The ship that will be holding public tours this weekend is the guided missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59).

The Navy has released a Revised Draft Environmental Assessment for its proposed Ammunition Pier and Turning Basin project inside Anaheim Bay at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach.  The public comment period completed on October 29, 2018.  Please visit the project web site HERE for more information. 

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Installation Information

Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, California and its Detachments - located in Fallbrook and Norco, California - exist to provide weapons storage, loading, maintenance, and assessment support to ships of the United States Pacific Fleet. Our facilities also support Coast Guard vessels and Marine Corps units stationed afloat and ashore.

  • Lake Norconian and the Norconian clubhouse aboard Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Detachment Norco.
  • A MH-60S Seahawk helicopter is prepared to transport pallets of ammunition to an amphibious assault ship waiting off the coast.
  • A vertical launch missile canister is loaded onto a guided missile destroyer at the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach wharf.
  • The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Spruance (DDG 111) is pierside at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach to conduct ordnance operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Eli J. Medellin/Released)
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