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COVID-19 Info and Program Updates: Click Here 
From the desk of Commander Navy Region Southeast, Rear Admiral Wes R. McCall:

     With Hurricane IAN approaching towards the west coast of Florida, I want to remind our Navy families to monitor the storm and keep safety as your highest priority. The storm conditions continue to change and would pose significant risk to life and safety.  The following persons in locations described below are authorized to evacuate if they reside in evacuation zones or areas under mandatory evacuation orders. Military and competent civilian authorities (including state and local authorities) could authorize: (1) civilian employees, (2) dependents of active duty service members; (3) dependents of reservists on active duty; (4) dependents of civilian employees; and (5) authorized escorts for a dependent or civilian employee to evacuate.  Active duty service members may be issued TDY or PCS orders but are not considered in an evacuation status.

     "At this time in Florida mandatory evacuations have been ordered for Charlotte, Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lee, Levy, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas and Sarasota counties.” The designated safe haven for CNIC Command personnel is within 100 miles of Melbourne, Fla.  Non-CNIC Command personnel covered under this evacuation authorization should proceed to the remote safe haven area designated by their parent chain of command.

                     Do not wait for physical orders to evacuate.  If you are covered by my authorization, evacuation orders will be issued by your parent command, and that can be done after you are safe. Evacuees are authorized reimbursement for travel, lodging, and per diem at the approved rate at the designated safe haven. 

     Pay attention to your local news and follow the advice of local officials and emergency managers and Installation Commanders. If you live in a low-lying area, heed any calls to evacuate.  We will continue to have first responders and shelters on the base for our personnel, we will monitor the situation closely, and immediately pass word if there are any changes.

     All our Navy families should frequently check command websites and Facebook pages for updated information.  We should all remember the Navy's mission to keep the safety of all hands as our number one priority. Thank you.

*****CNRSE PRESS RELEASE ON HURRICANE IAN click here.*****
Due to Hurricane Ian's expected path, the Naval Support Activity Panama City commander has ordered Tropical Cyclone Condition readiness THREE for the entire installation.
For more information about TCCOR level, visit https://www.facebook.com/NSAPC/

NSA Panama City is currently at Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Alpha. The installation's Health Protection Condition is subject to change when community COVID-19 transmission rates increase. Active duty personnel and base employees should consult their command for additional information concerning HPCON Alpha. Base access guidelines will remain the same. For more information Visit www.facebook.com/NSAPC for updates.
 

Welcome to Naval Support Activity Panama City

The primary mission of NSA Panama City is to provide, operate and maintain facilities; provide defense and physical security of critical infrastructure; provide operational support to the Fleet, Fighter and Family and supported commands. 

Major tenants include Naval Surface Warfare Center-Panama City Division, Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center, Navy Experimental Diving Unit and U.S. Coast Guard Station Panama City.  Together, NSA PC employs more than 4,000 civilian and military personnel with an annual payroll of more than $466 million. Additionally, the base contracts for local goods and services, which amounts to more than $600 million annually in economic impact.

Throughout its existence, NSA Panama City has continued to evolve to meet the demanding requirements of the U.S. Navy – to defend today and to plan for tomorrow in response to national needs.


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Please Visit Our NSA Panama City Suggestions Box! 

The NSA Panama City Suggestion Program is designed to provide an easy and efficient way for any member in our community an equal opportunity to share your idea(s) about how we can make the base function better. Please note the NSA Panama City CO Suggestion Program does not deal with big Navy or workforce matters (i.e. workforce reductions or position eliminations) nor is it a vehicle to deal with employee grievances or workplace concerns as those items should be submitted through the normal channels or chain of command.

Photos from around NSA Panama City

PANAMA CITY, FL- The Naval Support Activity Panama City command team, Cmdr. Keith Foster and CMDCS Duriel Crittenden joined the NSA Panama City's School Liason Officer, Erin Pickard on August 09, to celebrate NSA Panama City, Tyndall Air Force Base, Bay District Schools, and local Charter Schools (Bay Area Education Alliance) winning the “2022 (LTG) Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award.”
PANAMA CITY, FL- The Naval Support Activity Panama City command team, Cmdr. Keith Foster and CMDCS Duriel Crittenden joined the NSA Panama City's School Liason Officer, Erin Pickard on August 09, to celebrate NSA Panama City, Tyndall Air Force Base, Bay District Schools, and local Charter Schools (Bay Area Education Alliance) winning the “2022 (LTG) Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award.”
PANAMA CITY, FL- The Naval Support Activity Panama City command team, Cmdr. Keith Foster and CMDCS Duriel Crittenden joined the NSA Panama City's School Liason Officer, Erin Pickard on August 09, to celebrate NSA Panama City, Tyndall Air Force Base, Bay District Schools, and local Charter Schools (Bay Area Education Alliance) winning the “2022 (LTG) Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award.”
PANAMA CITY, FL- The Naval Support Activity Panama City command team, Cmdr. Keith Foster and CMDCS Duriel Crittenden joined the NSA Panama City's School Liason Officer, Erin Pickard on August 09, to celebrate NSA Panama City, Tyndall Air Force Base, Bay District Schools, and local Charter Schools (Bay Area Education Alliance) winning the “2022 (LTG) Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award.”
Panama City, FL (June 29, 2022)  Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce toured around Naval Support Activity Panama City and its tenant commands on June 29th to learn about the Navy's mission here in Panama City.(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Merritt/Released)
Panama City, FL (June 29, 2022)  Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce toured around Naval Support Activity Panama City and its tenant commands on June 29th to learn about the Navy's mission here in Panama City.(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Merritt/Released)
Panama City, FL (June 29, 2022)  Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce toured around Naval Support Activity Panama City and its tenant commands on June 29th to learn about the Navy's mission here in Panama City.(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Merritt/Released)
Panama City, FL (June 29, 2022)  Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce toured around Naval Support Activity Panama City and its tenant commands on June 29th to learn about the Navy's mission here in Panama City.(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Merritt/Released)
Panama City, FL (June 29, 2022)  Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce toured around Naval Support Activity Panama City and its tenant commands on June 29th to learn about the Navy's mission here in Panama City.(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Merritt/Released)
Panama City, FL (June 29, 2022)  Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce toured around Naval Support Activity Panama City and its tenant commands on June 29th to learn about the Navy's mission here in Panama City.(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Merritt/Released)
Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center Change of Command ceremony. Commander Erich Frandrup was relieved by Commander Troy Lawson during a change of command ceremony.
Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center Change of Command ceremony. Commander Erich Frandrup was relieved by Commander Troy Lawson during a change of command ceremony.
Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center Change of Command ceremony. Commander Erich Frandrup was relieved by Commander Troy Lawson during a change of command ceremony.
On June 07, 2022, Naval Support Activity Panama City participated in a base wide security exercise. These types of exercises help ensure the members of the NSA Panama City team are properly trained and maintain mission readiness and success.
On June 07, 2022, Naval Support Activity Panama City participated in a base wide security exercise. These types of exercises help ensure the members of the NSA Panama City team are properly trained and maintain mission readiness and success.

News from around NSA Panama City


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