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Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads Notification
Current Health Protection Condition Level (HPCON): ALPHA as of 1 September 2022

This includes our installations at our Headquarters Annex, Northwest Annex, Lafayette River Annex, Camp Elmore and Portsmouth Annex. 

Welcome to Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads

Welcome to Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads located off Terminal Blvd. in Norfolk, Virginia. We are committed to providing effective and efficient world-class support to our customers to enable our fighters and support our families.

Installation Information

NSA Hampton Roads has the largest concentration of fleet headquarters administrative and communication facilities outside of Washington, D.C. We are home to more than 6,000 personnel that includes major tenant commands: U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Joint Staff Hampton Roads, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Naval Submarine Forces, Atlantic; and Naval Reserve Forces Command.


News from around Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads

Photos From Around Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads

Aerial view of NSA Hampton Roads, VA
Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads-Northwest Annex Sailors stand in formation during a dress white uniform inspection at the installation Mar. 30.
Chief Culinary Specialist Chelsea Barglof dons her cover during a Chief Petty Officer promotion ceremony at the POW/MIA Park on Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads October 21, 2022. The ceremony was the culmination of a six-week training period in which senior enlisted leaders introduced the chief selectees to myriad challenges designed to strengthen their leadership skills and to provide a better understanding of what it means to be the chief. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Evan Thompson/Released)
NSA Hampton Roads main welcome sign
Capt. Matthew Frauenzimmer, Commanding Officer of Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, reads to kindergarten students at Deep Creek Central Elementary School as part of Read Across America Day Mar. 2.
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