All naval aviators, flight officers, and enlisted crewmembers start their flight training at NAS Pensacola – a large responsibility on the 16,400 military and civilian employees at NAS.
In addition to flight training, NAS provides extensive technical training including cryptology and electronic warfare operations training; search and rescue operations; beachfront recreational facilities; a 60-bed hospital; and housing for military personnel.
The reach for NAS Pensacola includes Saufley Field, with two active runways and three aircraft buildings; Corry Station, home to the Naval Technical Training Center that trains 7,500 students annually; and extends to the Naval Support Facility in Pascagoula, Mississippi.
The Navy needs a committed partner to manage the base operations, including emergency response, facilities, safety, environmental, utilities, vehicles, and equipment services support. Both preventive maintenance and rapid response to services requests are critical to ensuring that NAS Pensacola functions seamlessly, which allows the Navy to focus on its core mission.