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Welcome to Commander, Navy Region Southwest

Our Mission
We are One Team, One Voice, One Mission. Our customers will recognize us as the experts in shore installations management. We will be the best at efficiently delivering the right level of shore support services that meets our customer’s mission requirements, reduces risk and ensures our Operational Forces are ready to take the fight to the enemy.

About Commander, Navy Region Southwest
As the Naval shore installation management headquarters for the Southwest region (California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico), Navy Region Southwest provides coordination of base operating support functions for operating forces throughout the region. This includes providing expertise in areas such as housing, environmental, security, family services, port services, air services, bachelor quarters, supply, medical and logistical concerns for the hundreds of thousands of active-duty, reserve and retired military members in the area. The command also serves as the regional coordinator for the Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, headquartered in Hawaii, coordinating support for bases in Southern California and Nevada. We will be the best at efficiently delivering the right level of shore support services the meets our customer’s mission requirements, reduces risk and ensures our Operational Forces are ready to take the fight to the enemy.



 

 

News from Around CNRSW

PHOTOS FROM AROUND CNRSW

U.S. Navy Capt. Loren Jacobi, executive officer of Naval base Coronado, attempts a penalty kick during an U.S. Association of Blind Athletes demonstration on the installation. Navy Region Southwest's Wounded Warrior program organized the visit for USABA athletes and service members can interact with each other.
The U.S. Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) prepares to be moored to the pier in Los Angeles Harbor during Los Angeles Fleet Week, May 21, 2024. LAFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During Fleet Week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community and enjoy the hospitality of Los Angeles and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Victoria Danser)
U.S. service members work with Los Angeles Department of Emergency Management, Los Angeles Police Department, and city workers as part of a Defense Support of Civil Authorities exercise in Los Angeles during Los Angeles Fleet Week May 22, 2024. LAFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of Los Angeles and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jacob I. Allison)
Grass Valley, Calif., (April 23, 2024) A painting of retired Lt. Cmdr. Louis (Lou) Conter is displayed during his memorial service at the St. Patrick Catholic Church. Conter was 102 when he passed away peacefully in his home. In addition to being the last living USS Arizona survivor, Conter also flew more than 200 missions in the South Pacific and survived being shot down twice. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist John Pearl)
Sailor of the Year (SOY) candidates and their Chief Petty Officers take a picture with the dolphins at the SeaWorld in San Diego during a three-day Sailor of the Year (SOY) tour, March 28, 2024. The Sailors were all selected as their installation's Sailor of the Year and were in San Diego to compete for the title of Navy Region Southwest SOY. The Sailor selected as the Navy Region Southwest SOY will compete against the other regional SOYs to become Commander, Navy Installation Command's SOY and earn a meritorious promotion to Chief Petty Officer. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 3rd Class Victoria Danser)
SAN FRANCISCO (March 28, 2024) The John Lewis class fleet replenishment oiler, USNS Harvey Milk (T-AO-206) transits the San Francisco Bay during a namesake visit.  USNS Harvey Milk, the first U.S. Navy ship to be named after an openly gay person, will be the centerpiece of an invitation-only event welcoming the ship and commemorating the ship’s namesake.  USNS Harvey Milk will deliver fuel, food, supplies, repair parts, and materials to U.S. Navy and allied ships while at sea. This capability allows these warships to remain at sea for extended periods of time to execute their assigned missions.  (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joseph R. Vincent/Released)
The Independence-class littoral combat ship USS Jackson (LCS 6) arrives pierside for Fleet Week San Diego (FWSD) in San Diego, Nov. 7, 2023. FWSD is an opportunity for the San Diego residents and tourists to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class David Negron)
U.S. Marines and Sailors aboard the USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26) man the rails as part of San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW) 2023 in San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, Oct. 1, 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Trent A. Henry)
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Jack Tashjian III, a native of Green Cove Springs, Florida, plays basketball with members of the San Francisco Fire Department during a San Francisco Fleet Week 23 tournament at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, Oct. 3, 2023. San Francisco Fleet Week is an annual public event that honors the contributions of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces while advancing cooperation and knowledge among civilian- and military-based humanitarian assistance personnel
U.S. Coast Guard Storekeeper 1st Class Emily Perez, from Alameda, Calif., distributes food to the local community at a food bank as part of San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW) 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service event, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas.
Sailors demonstrate to local first responders, damage control procedures and gear in order to provide firefighting support in the event of an in-port shipboard fire during San Francisco Fleet Week 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. During Fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas.
U.S. Navy Sailors participate in an E-Sport tournament hosted by the Academy of Art University as part of San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW) 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy Mass Communication Specialist Kevin Tang)
U.S. Army Sgt. Malcom Maccorgarry, a motor transport operator with 238th Transportation Company, fills magazines in preparation for the start of an annual marksmanship competition as part of San Francisco Fleet Week 23 at Wing and Barrel Ranch in San Francisco, Oct. 3, 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas.
The Humanitarian Assistance Village, STEM Education Center EXPO showcases robots as part of the exhibit on Marina Green during San Francisco Fleet Week 2023, Oct. 7, 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During Fleet Week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas.
231004-N-TC847-1030 SAN FRANCISCO (Oct. 4, 2023) Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Marabel Salazar, assigned to the San Antonio-class amphibious assault transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26), observes a paramedic with San Francisco Fire Department provide patient care during a ride along for a joint training exercise for San Francisco Fleet week 2023, Oct. 4, 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During Fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christine Montgomery/Released)
231004-N-YV347-1011 SAN FRANCISCO (Oct. 4, 2023) Vice Adm. Michael Boyle, commander of Third Fleet, from Mclean, Va., gives opening remarks at the Senior Leaders Seminar as part of San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW) 2023. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jordan Jennings /Released)
231003-N-YV347-2046 SAN FRANCISCO (Oct. 3, 2023) U.S. Airmen accept 2nd place awards for the 57th Annual Admiral Nimitz Match marksmanship competition during an award ceremony held by the Olympic Club. The competition, part of San Francisco  Fleet Week  (SFFW) 2023, consisted of rifle and pistol events and featured teams from the Department of Defense, local law enforcement, and the San Francisco Olympic Club. SFFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of the city and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jordan Jennings/Released)
Tracy Owens (center), Programs Manager of Support the Enlisted Project (STEP), a non profit organization dedicated to helping military families in need, poses for a photo with the Naval Base Point Loma Command Triad after STEP was announced as the recipient of the Navy's 2023 Spirit of Hope Award.  The award is presented to individuals or organizations, identified by each service, that embody the core values of Mr. Bob Hope, who gave generously to military men and women for five decades as a comedian and entertainer. Mr. Hope’s values of Duty, Honor, Courage, Loyalty, Commitment, Integrity, and Selfless Dedication exemplify the character traits Service members embody each and every day. (U.S. Navy photo by Sharon StephensonPino/Released)
ervice mebers prepare surf and turf tacos for galley wars aboard the USS Iowa during Los Angeles Fleet Week 2023. LAFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America's sea services.
U.S. Marine Sgt. Jose Baiza, from Los Angeles, assigned to the 5th Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, tours the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles during LA Fleet Week (LAFW), May 25, 2023.
Karen Bass, the mayor of Los Angeles, holds a press conference aboard the Battleship USS Iowa Museum, May 25, 2023.
ailors and Marines join NFL Network hosts, MJ Acosta-Ruiz, and Mike Yam during a Total Access live taping at NFL RedZone Studio in Los Angeles during LA Fleet Week (LAFW), May 24, 2023
USS Cincinnati pulls into Port of LA
CAPT Douglas M. Peterson and CDR Greg Woods participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, April 25, 2022, officially opening NAS Lemoore's first POV Electric Vehicle Charging Station.
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) James Honea speaks to Sailors during an all hands call on Naval Base San Diego.
Firefighters from the San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) board the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59) in preparation for an integrated firefighting drill as a part of the San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW) 2022, Oct. 4, 2022.
London Breed, Mayor of San Francisco address the press in front of city hall during San Francisco Fleet Week.
Ships moored at Naval Base San Diego are tied into shore power via cables and mounds on the pier.
Wildlife biologist Melissa Booker, in charge of terrestrial wildlife and seabirds for Naval Base Coronado, speaks with press during a media embark aboard San Clemente Island, Jan. 12, 2023.
Col. Serhii Korol, right, head of the Department of Military Surgery of the Ukrainian Military Medical Academy, from Kyiv, Ukraine, speaks at the peer-to-peer medical exchange as part of San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW) 2022, Oct. 5, 2022.
Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS Ashville (SSN 758), nicknamed 'The Ghost of the Coast', enters the floating dry dock Arco (ARDM 5) for a scheduled maintenance period aboard Naval Base Point Loma. ARCO is the only Sailor-operated and maintained dry dock facility in the Navy.
 

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