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Welcome to the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth's page sponsored by the NAS JRB Fort Worth Installation Command. This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on the NAS JRB Fort Worth Installation Command and important information for tenant commands on board. Please visit our official homepage at http://www.cnic.navy.mil/Fortworth/index.htm While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments and wall posts clean. In addition to keeping it family friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed: -We do not allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. -We do not allow solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. -We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity. -Apparent spam will be removed and may cause the author(s) to be blocked from page without notice. -You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. - For Official Use Only (FOUO), classified, pre-decisional, proprietary or business-sensitive information should never be discussed here. Don't post personnel lists, rosters, organization charts or directories. This is a violation of privacy. The appearance of external links on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the U.S. Navy or Department of Defense. You are encouraged to quote, republish or share any content on this page on your own blog, Web site or other communication/publication. If you do so, please credit the command or the person who authored the content as a courtesy (photo or article byline can be U.S. Navy or MC2 Joe Smith, for example). Thank you for your interest in and support of the men and women of the NAS Fort Worth JRB Installation Command. For more information visit the DoD Social Media user agreement at: http://www.ourmilitary.mil/user_agreement.shtml

Mission: MISSION STATEMENT: Provide joint training capabilities and resources to enable Warfighter readiness while sustaining personnel and families’ needs, future compatibility and a culture of safety. COMMAND VISION: Through teamwork, ingenuity and dedication, we will continuously improve our processes and support to the Warfighter, their families, and the Nation.

01/23/2020

The Branch Health Clinic computer systems are currently down, and they are not able to access patient records. Therefore, all patients should contact the Nurse Hotline for immediate assistance at 877-NAVY-MED.

01/22/2020
01/22/2020

East Gate New Hours of Operation:

East Gate hours are Monday - Friday 6 - 9 a.m. & 3 - 5 p.m. and drill weekends 6 - 8 a.m.

Please note that East Gate may be close at any time for operational commitments.

MWR Fort Worth
01/21/2020

MWR Fort Worth

BIG CHANGES coming to your MWR Library... check them out at our GRAND REOPENING on Saturday, January 25th from 11am-2pm! We will have face painting and a petting zoo, plus a magic show at noon. Enjoy some celebratory cake while you find some great new reads. See you soon!

U.S. Navy
01/20/2020

U.S. Navy

As our Navy Sailors build a Culture of Excellence and conduct themselves with honor, courage and commitment, no truer words can be spoken. Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day, may his words continue to inspire us all.

01/15/2020
01/10/2020
NAS JRB Fleet and Family Support Center will be closed for normal operations on Jan. 17, 2020 from noon until 4:30 p.m. ...
01/10/2020

NAS JRB Fleet and Family Support Center will be closed for normal operations on Jan. 17, 2020 from noon until 4:30 p.m. for an organizational event. The center will still remain available for any emergencies or urgent needs.

As of Jan. 1, the DoD extended select benefits to many veterans including Purple Heart recipients and those with service...
01/03/2020

As of Jan. 1, the DoD extended select benefits to many veterans including Purple Heart recipients and those with service-connected disabilities. Here are some of the basics that veterans and their designated caregivers should keep in mind when preparing to utilize those benefits...

Reminder: The Visitor Control Center will be closed Jan. 1, 2020 for the federal holiday.Note: Family members will be re...
12/30/2019

Reminder: The Visitor Control Center will be closed Jan. 1, 2020 for the federal holiday.

Note: Family members will be required to get a base pass to accompany VA patrons onto the installation. Once the VA patron has base access, they then can also get family members a day pass from the Visitor Control Center.

12/23/2019

This is it!!! Popcorn giveaway will close at 12 PM today..... we will re-open Friday, December 27 at 9 a.m.

Popcorn is disappearing faster than we thought! Come one... Come all!!! Its open for everyone now!!! Free Boy’s Scouts P...
12/23/2019

Popcorn is disappearing faster than we thought! Come one... Come all!!! Its open for everyone now!!! Free Boy’s Scouts Popcorn!!!

Free Holiday Popcorn and Peanuts!When: Monday, Dec 23Where: Navy Supply Depot, 1251 Military PkwyE-6 and Below from 9 a....
12/19/2019

Free Holiday Popcorn and Peanuts!

When: Monday, Dec 23
Where: Navy Supply Depot, 1251 Military Pkwy

E-6 and Below from 9 a.m - 11 a.m
Everyone from 11 a.m - until supply is gone

Disclaimer: This donation is being sponsored and arranged by a non-federal entity (NFE), and is not endorsed by the DoD, NASFTWJRB or any other part of the federal government.

12/19/2019

Look at all this popcorn!!! Be ready to get your holiday popcorn donated by the Boy Scouts, Monday, Dec 23 at Navy Supply!!!

MWR Fort Worth
12/19/2019

MWR Fort Worth

Many MWR facilities/programs will be under modified hours from December 23 to January 2. Check them out and Happy Holidays from your MWR Team!

NAS Fort Worth JRB had their 2019 Holiday party at the Lone Star center! The event included prizes, holiday themed games...
12/18/2019

NAS Fort Worth JRB had their 2019 Holiday party at the Lone Star center! The event included prizes, holiday themed games and "best dressed"/"ugly Christmas sweater" competition. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)

NAS Fort Worth JRB had their 2019 Holiday party at the Lone Star center! The event included prizes, holiday themed games and "best dressed"/"ugly Christmas sweater" competition. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)

12/16/2019

GATE CLOSURE: The East Gate will be closed for all inbound and outbound traffic for the holiday season. It is scheduled to reopen for regular operations the morning of Jan. 6.

In case you missed it, check out a few highlights from the NAS Fort Worth JRB Winterfest 2019!
12/16/2019

In case you missed it, check out a few highlights from the NAS Fort Worth JRB Winterfest 2019!

12/15/2019

Check-out military personnel from NAS Fort Wort JRB and Grand Prairie doing the flag detail at the Cowboys vs. Rams football game at the AT&T Stadium!

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB are ready for the flag detail for today’s game! (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communic...
12/15/2019

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB are ready for the flag detail for today’s game! (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/released)

Congratulations to all awardees! (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)
12/13/2019

Congratulations to all awardees! (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)

Congratulations to NAS Fort Worth JRB Sailor of Year, Junior Sailor of the Year and Bluejacket of the Year! Job well don...
12/13/2019

Congratulations to NAS Fort Worth JRB Sailor of Year, Junior Sailor of the Year and Bluejacket of the Year! Job well done Shipmates!

SOY- YN1 Suttle
JSOY- AME2 Henderson
BJOY-YN2 Castro

Congratulations to NAS Fort Worth JRB newest 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class Petty Officers! Job well done!
12/13/2019

Congratulations to NAS Fort Worth JRB newest 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class Petty Officers! Job well done!

Congratulations to Mr. Paul Murray on his retirement after honorably serving 20 years as NAS Fort Worth JRB Fire Chief. ...
12/11/2019

Congratulations to Mr. Paul Murray on his retirement after honorably serving 20 years as NAS Fort Worth JRB Fire Chief. The retirement ceremony was held today at the base chapel. Fair Winds and Following Seas! (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)

Disclaimer: This event is being sponsored and arranged by a Non-Federal Entity (NFE) and is not endorsed by the Departme...
12/11/2019

Disclaimer: This event is being sponsored and arranged by a Non-Federal Entity (NFE) and is not endorsed by the Department of Defense, NAS Fort Worth JRB or any other part of the federal government.

Friends and neighbors of Westworth Park Holiday For Heroes volunteers, sponsored 76 military families aboard NAS Fort Wo...
12/11/2019

Friends and neighbors of Westworth Park Holiday For Heroes volunteers, sponsored 76 military families aboard NAS Fort Worth JRB during an event held at the VR-59 Hangar. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen/Released)

12/09/2019
Navy Region Southeast
12/02/2019

Navy Region Southeast

Native American Heritage Month

Recognizing and honoring the military contributions of Native Americans is a vital part of remembering our military heritage. The Smithsonian will be contributing to that effort by unveiling a new National Monument to honor them opening Veterans Day 2020.

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian plans on honoring American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Native Hawaiian servicemen and women with a prominent memorial on the National Mall, a place that draws nearly 24 million visitors annually to Washington, D.C. The new National Native American Veterans Memorial will be located on the grounds of the museum, between the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and the U.S. Capitol.

Happy Thanksgiving from NAS Fort Worth JRB!
11/28/2019

Happy Thanksgiving from NAS Fort Worth JRB!

Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay
11/27/2019

Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay

Commencing today, until sunset on Monday, December 2, 2019, the National Flag will be flown at half-mast on all Navy ships and stations to honor Admiral James L. Holloway III, former chief of Naval Operations.
Admiral Holloway served our Navy with honor and distinction for 36 years, culminating in his appointment as the 20th Chief of Naval Operations. He led the Navy from 1974 to 1978, during a period of immense change, including the end of the Vietnam War and the creation of the all-volunteer force. Facing the threat of a growing blue-water Soviet fleet, Admiral Holloway reorganized our forces into battle groups-exploiting the advantages of our surface combatants-and pushed back against the Soviet Navy and rogue nations of the day.
Admiral Holloway's long tenure of service was marked by combat, personifying our values of honor, courage, and commitment. He graduated the Naval Academy in June of 1942 as a member of the first three-year class accelerated by World War II. He was gunnery officer on the destroyer BENNION (DD 662) during the Battle of Surigao Strait when his ship torpedoed the battleship YAMASHIORO at point-blank range, sank a Japanese destroyer with gunfire, and shot down three Zeroes. During the Korean War, he earned the Distinguished Flying Cross flying the F9F-2 Panther in combat and received a battlefield promotion to command Fighting Squadron 52.
He commanded the USS ENTERPRISE (CVAN 65) from 1965 to 1967, completing two cruises in the Gulf of Tonkin. His wartime commands culminated in leading SEVENTH Fleet in 1972, which numbered more than 150 ships including six aircraft carriers. During his command, SEVENTH Fleet supported Operations LINEBACKER I and II, which helped persuade North Vietnam to accept a cease-fire agreement.
A man of profound commitment, Admiral Holloway continued to serve his country and our Navy after his time in uniform drew to a close. During the 1980s, he directed the President's Task Force on Combatting Terrorism; served as a special envoy to the Middle East; and was a commissioner on multiple Presidential commissions concerning our Armed Forces. He also served as President and Chairman for the Naval Historical Foundation for 28 years and led the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation for seven years-preserving our heritage for future generations.
Admiral Holloway enjoyed 77 wonderful years of marriage to his lovely wife Dabney Rawlings Holloway. He is survived by her, his two daughters-Jane Holloway and Lucy Lyon, and his grandson Graham Eynon-Holloway. He was a true warrior, man of honor, and committed patriot. He will be sorely missed by our entire Navy family.

Navy Region Southeast
11/27/2019

Navy Region Southeast

Native American Heritage Month

After 9/11, almost 19% of Native Americans served in the Armed Forces, compared to 14% of other ethnicities. Currently, there are more than 31,000 American Indian and Alaska Native men and women are on active duty, serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere around the world.

And, it isn't just the men who carry on the American Indian warrior tradition. Today 11.5% of living Native American veterans are female, compared to 8% of other ethnicities.

MWR Fort Worth
11/27/2019

MWR Fort Worth

Check out our Thanksgiving Holiday Hours... many MWR facilities will be on a modified schedule through the weekend! Have a happy Thanksgiving!

MWR Fort Worth
11/22/2019

MWR Fort Worth

MWR aboard NAS Fort Worth JRB hosted our annual Thanksgiving in the Barracks presented by Buffalo West (www.buffalowestfw.com) where we served traditional Thanksgiving-style meals to our service members living in the barracks!

Special thanks to our supporting sponsor, Columbia College - Fort Worth (www.ccis.edu/ftworth) and to our partners from the Base Chapel for providing sides and desserts!

No Navy endorsement implied.

NAS Fort Worth JRB had their safety stand down brief at the base theatre today! (U.S Navy photos by Mass Communication S...
11/21/2019

NAS Fort Worth JRB had their safety stand down brief at the base theatre today! (U.S Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nolan Pennington/released)

11/15/2019

Capt. Jon Townsend, commanding officer of Naval Air Station (NAS) Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base (JRB) presented Capt. Don A. Sharer, USN (Ret.) with the Prisoner Of War Medal. (U.S Navy vídeo by NAS Fort Worth JRB Public Affairs/Released)

Below is the link to the story on Sharer and his captivity in Iran from 4 November 1979 - 20 January 1981

https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1981/01/22/the-hostage-who-defied-the-militants-in-tehran/0917a100-560d-48ea-a15f-f08ee6f9e81a/

Navy Region Southeast
11/15/2019

Navy Region Southeast

Native American Heritage Month
More than 42,000 Native Americans enlisted in the military during the Vietnam era -- 90 percent of them volunteered with the remaining 10 percent serving through draft selection.

Despite ongoing protests throughout much of the country, Native American who returned home were welcomed as warriors.

Warriors are honored - honored by their family and their tribe. Before going into service and upon their return, warriors are recognized by family and community. Recognition takes place through private family gatherings, or through such public ceremonies as tribal dances or intertribal ceremonies.

"My people honored me as a warrior. We had a feast and my parents and grandparents thanked everyone who prayed for my safe return. We had a "special" [dance] and I remembered as we circled the drum, I got a feeling of pride. I felt good inside because that's the way the Kiowa people tell you that you've done well." --Kiowa Vietnam Veteran

Congratulations to all of our awardees! Job well done!
11/14/2019

Congratulations to all of our awardees! Job well done!

Parents as Teachers!!This FREE Early Childhood Program is for parents and children from birth to school entry. Call 214-...
11/14/2019

Parents as Teachers!!

This FREE Early Childhood Program is for parents and children from birth to school entry. Call 214-699-1357 for more information. You can also mail the form attached to 3150 McCart Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76110 and someone will call you back.

Help prepare your child for kindergarten! Program includes:
- How to make homemade toys
- Parenting Information
- Resources and Referrals
- Free Age-Appropriate Books
- Weekly Learn and Play Time
- Group Connections
- Free Screenings
- One-on-One Personal Visits

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB attended the Dallas Cowboys vs Minnesota Vikings game last Sunday. During the eve...
11/12/2019

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB attended the Dallas Cowboys vs Minnesota Vikings game last Sunday. During the event they participated in the pre-game and half-time show. (U.S Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nolan Pennington/Released)

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB marched in Tarrant County’s Annual Veterans Day Parade In downtown Fort Worth. (U...
11/12/2019

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB marched in Tarrant County’s Annual Veterans Day Parade In downtown Fort Worth. (U.S Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen)

11/12/2019

Sailors assigned to NAS Fort Worth JRB marched in Tarrant County’s Annual Veterans Day Parade In downtown Fort Worth. (U.S Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jose R. Jaen)

Happy Veterans Day!
11/11/2019

Happy Veterans Day!

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PLEASE ATTEND FRIDAY AND SHARE WITH YOUR PEERS. Post Acute Medical to present nurse education grant to disabled Navy Veteran. Allen, TX – Post Acute Medical Rehabilitation Hospital of Allen will host an event honoring disabled Navy Veteran, Jeremy Morel, for his selfless service to our country and recognize his perseverance throughout recent hardships he has faced. Jeremy will be presented with a $5,000.00 education grant to assist with fulfilling his dream of becoming a Registered Nurse. This event will take place at Post Acute Medical Rehabilitation Hospital of Allen: Friday January 10th at noon. 1001 Raintree Cir. - Allen, TX - 75013 This Veteran grant was inspired by a chance meeting between brand new Uber driver and an Uber user. During his visit to Dallas, owner and president of Post Acute Medical, LLC, Anthony Misitano had the pleasure of meeting Uber driver Jeremy Morel. As they made their way to AT&T Stadium, Jeremy shared his story with Mr. Misitano, who was captivated by Jeremy’s positive attitude and unwillingness to give up on his dream of becoming a nurse. Mr. Misitano was inspired and knew that he wanted to help this Veteran in some way. Mr. Misitano stated, “During the last month I have been reflecting on the success I’ve had personally, professionally, and my good fortune throughout my life. I spent a lot of time thinking about a way I could give back, and pay it forward, and then this Uber ride happened. After hearing his story, I knew I had to find a way to help him.” Post Acute Medical has a great military affairs division dedicated to supporting and advocating for military Veterans by connecting them with a multitude of services and programs. This event is another example of how passionate the company is toward our military and those who have served. PAM Rehabilitation hospital of Allen’s CEO, Jenny Beuerlein, will be hosting the event along with Vice President of Military Affairs, Dan Blasini. Please address any questions to: Jenny Beuerlein, Chief Executive Officer Post Acute Medical Physical Rehabilitation Hospital of Allen 1001 Raintree Cir. - Allen, TX - 75013 214.418.3216 C 972.908.2009 O [email protected]
We are planning a military reunion for September and are looking for a speaker or entertainer. Does anyone have suggestions?
Hello, Will the base Visitor Center be opened its regular hours on Jan 1st 2020? Thanks
What was that extremely LOUD aircraft that flew out going south at about 10:45pm this evening? Not a complaint, just never heard anything quite like it in the decade I’ve lived on the flight path.
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Looking for a POC for the V-22 squadron concerning a Ssgt. Did/do we have a Marine CPO there? Need asap please. Thanks in advance.
Any Air Force retirees or active duty living in Ft. Worth? If so, I have a few questions I'd like to ask you if possible. Please comment to let me know you live in the area.
Everyone come out to the Commissary today and visit the Eggo truck! #WouldYouLEggo
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