Former Naval Air Station Brunswick

Former Naval Air Station Brunswick

Base Summary 

Base Mission and Use Use
Naval Air Station Brunswick's primary mission is the support of naval aviation activities in the northeastern United States. Naval Air Station Brunswick is home to five active duty and two reserve squadrons. Flying Lockheed P-3 "Orion" long-range maritime patrol aircraft tasked by Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Five, active duty squadrons regularly deploy overseas for six months at a time. NAS Brunswick has 29 tenant commands, including a Reserve P-3 squadron and a Reserve Fleet Logistics Support Squadron flying C-130 "Hercules" transports. In addition, over 1,600 Naval Reservists travel from throughout New England to drill at Naval Air Reserve Brunswick, SeaBee Battalion and numerous other reserve commands. Naval Air Station Brunswick is the last, active-duty Department of Defense airfield remaining in the northeast, and is home to five active duty and two reserve squadrons. Flying Lockheed P-3 "Orion" long-range maritime patrol aircraft tasked by Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Five, active duty squadrons regularly deploy overseas for six months at a time. NAS Brunswick has 29 tenant commands, including a Reserve P-3 squadron and a Reserve Fleet Logistics Support Squadron flying C-130 "Hercules" transports. In addition, over 1,600 Naval Reservists travel from throughout New England to drill at Naval Air Reserve Brunswick, SeaBee Battalion and numerous other reserve commands. Approximately 20 percent of NAS Brunswick's activities, facilities and services are in direct support of the AEGIS Destroyer shipbuilding program at nearby Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Bath and the Bath Iron Works Corporation. Also, the Navy's only cold weather Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) school is taught at Brunswick and on 12,000 acres near Rangeley in northwestern Maine. As Maine's second largest employer, NAS Brunswick employs 4,863 military and civilian personnel, including 713 officer, 3,493 enlisted personnel and 657 civilians. The air station provides over $187 million to the local economy, including $115 million in salaries, $38 million in contracts and material purchases and $34 million in medical purchases. 

 

   
 Brunswick NAS Conveyance Status
For a larger image please click on the chart below.

 

 

_________________________________________________________________________________________

Subscribe to receive email updates when information is posted regarding this installation and/or the website.
Unsubscribe from email lists.

   

 


WHAT'S NEW

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

There are no upcoming events.

Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Meeting Agenda

4:30PM Wednesday, Jan 24, 2018

Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Meeting Agenda

6:30PM Thursday, Sep 21, 2017

Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Meeting

4:30PM Thursday, Sep 15, 2016

Public Meeting for Proposed Plan Orion Street Skeet Range

5:00PM Tuesday, Aug 02, 2016

Restoration Advosory Board Meeting

4:30PM Thursday, May 12, 2016

RAB Meeting

4:30PM Thursday, Dec 11, 2014

Restoration Advisory Board Meeting

4:00PM Thursday, Sep 25, 2014

Restoration Advisory Board Meeting

4:00PM Thursday, Jun 19, 2014

Restoration Advisory Board Meeting

4:30PM Thursday, Mar 13, 2014

Restoration Advisory Board

4:30PM Thursday, Dec 12, 2013


SHARE THIS PAGE

1322 Patterson Ave. SE, Suite 1000, Washington Navy Yard, D.C. 20374-5065

  • Please read this Privacy Policy
  • GILS NUMBER DOD-USN-000702
Connect with Us