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NBVC provides the Pacific Fleet with a premier mobilization site, complete with a deep water port, rail head, and airfield; all in one package. In support of the Pacific Fleet, NBVC Point Mugu is home to Airborne Command Control and Logistics Wing which supports four E-2C/D Hawkeye squadrons. NBVC Point Mugu is also home to Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 55, Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Three Zero and NAVAIR WD. NBVC Port Hueneme is home to 30th Naval Construction Regiment which provides training support to four Sea Bee Battalions and with 31st Seabee readiness Group. Also, Naval Facilities Expeditionary Logistics Center, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Center for Seabee and facilities Engineering, Engineering Duty Officers School and Port Hueneme Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center are some of the major commands at NBVC Port Hueneme.

Special and Critical Installation Information

Naval Base Ventura County encompasses two separate geographical locations about 10 miles apart. Some services are provided on both bases and some are only available at Point Mugu or Port Hueneme (i.e. gas stations on both bases but only one commissary at Port Hueneme). Asking questions and planning ahead are the best methods to ensure you make the right decisions concerning housing particularly, if you have family members.

Having a personal vehicle is crucial. There is no shuttle on or between the two bases and community transportation is limited.

Commanding Officer's Mission and Vision

Our Mission
Support the Fleet, Fighter, and Family by delivering proactive quality service and enabling tenant missions and objectives through safe and secure base operations.  

Our Vision
Exceed expectations with professionalism, innovation, reliability, and accountability.

Guiding Principles

Start of each day prepared, professional, and passionate.  Be ready, both mentally and physically, to accomplish our mission. 

BE PRODUCTIVE… Do your job. 
Learn and know your role. Take pride and care for your fellow Sailors and teammates in accomplishing the mission together.   

Seek continuous improvement every day in both your professional and personal lives.  At the end of each day ask yourself “Did I get better today? Did our Team get better today?”

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