Bases for the Navy and Military Guide - Aerospace and defense Review

Space Command (Naval)
Established in 1845, is the undergraduate college for the Navy that prepares young men and women to become professional officers in the US Navy and Marine Corps.
 
Naval Station Pearl Harbor
Provider of base operating support for the US Navy fleet and dependent activities.
 
Indian Head Naval Surface Warfare Center
Location for design, development, production and servicing of Naval explosives and explosive processes.
 
Pearl Harbor Naval Station
Established in 1845, is the undergraduate college for the Navy that prepares young men and women to become professional officers in the US Navy and Marine Corps.
 
Naval Submarine Base Bangor
Home port for the Trident submarine-launched ballistic missile system.
 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Shipyard specializing in repairing, overhauling and modernizing ships and submarines.
 
Little Creek NAB
Nonprofit ski club, with its own lodge.
 
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Provider of a broad range of R&D activities involving electronic warfare, guidance and control, coastal zone warfare, search and track, missile and weapon dynamics and control, missile and weapon dynamics, electromagnetic effects, magnetic detection, CBW countermeasures, underwater aco.
 
Lemoore Naval Air Station
Master jet air station, home to the Pacific Strike Fighter Wing and its supporting facilities.
 
Oceana Naval Air Station
Home of the eastern recruiting region and recruit training for all male Marines east of the Mississippi River and all female Marines nationwide
 
Atsugi Naval Air Facility
US Naval Air Facility.
 
Sigonella Naval Air Station
Established in 1845, is the undergraduate college for the Navy that prepares young men and women to become professional officers in the US Navy and Marine Corps.
 
Navy Guam
Home of Military Sealift Command Office, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Five, Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron Three and other naval units.
 
Camp Lejeune
Site for use by members of the US military and Department of Defense.
 
Pensacola Naval Air Station
Established in 1845, is the undergraduate college for the Navy that prepares young men and women to become professional officers in the US Navy and Marine Corps.
 
Miramar Ski Club
Nonprofit ski club, with its own lodge.
 
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island
Provider of facilities, services and products to the naval aviation community.
 
Naval Oceanographic Office
Agency of military and civilian personnel focusing on shallow water regions that provides support to the joint war-fighters in all mission areas.
 
Naval Warfare Assessment Station
Home of Military Sealift Command Office, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Five, Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron Three and other naval units.
 
Cherry Point MCAS
Site for use by members of the US military and Department of Defense.
 
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