Welcome to Singapore Area Coordinator

The Singapore Area Coordinator (SAC) welcomes you to Singapore, the U.S. Navy's gateway to Southeast Asia.

Installation Information

Established in 2007, Singapore Area Coordinator (SAC) provides comprehensive shore support services to the Fleet, Fighter and Family. Supporting a broad customer base of U.S. military members from four services, U.S. civilian employees, family members and Singaporean nationals, plus visiting ships and aircraft, SAC efficiently delivers top-quality services while maintaining a quality of life standard that's second to none.

  • SINGAPORE (April 10, 2017) – Navy Region Center Singapore (NRCS), welcomed Sailors from the USS Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group (CSG-1) during a port visit to Singapore, April 4-8, 2017. Before continuing their scheduled Western-Pacific deployment, the CSG-1 Sailors took advantage of the various services and facilities Navy Region Center Singapore offers. For the installation’s leadership, this was an opportunity to support the Fleet during a much-needed rest and relaxation period. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Marc Ayalin)
  • SINGAPORE (April 10, 2017) – Navy Region Center Singapore (NRCS), welcomed Sailors from the USS Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group (CSG-1) during a port visit to Singapore, April 4-8, 2017. Before continuing their scheduled Western-Pacific deployment, the CSG-1 Sailors took advantage of the various services and facilities Navy Region Center Singapore offers. For the installation’s leadership, this was an opportunity to support the Fleet during a much-needed rest and relaxation period. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Marc Ayalin)
  • 170823-N-QL164-002 SINGAPORE (Aug. 23, 2017) Sailors from the USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) are assisted by volunteers in looking for personal items donated by community members of the Singapore Area Coordinator. The McCain sustained significant damage following a collision with the merchant vessel Alnic MC while underway east of the Strait of Malacca and Singapore on Aug. 21, 2017. (U.S. Navy photo by Marc Ayalin/Released)
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