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Summer Uniform Shift
Zone 1: 8 April 2024
Zone 2: 6 May 2024 

Welcome to Naval Support Activity Philadelphia

Supporting Those who Support the Fleet

Installation Information

The NSA Philadelphia and Philadelphia Navy Yard Annex missions are to Provide an operationally ready, secure shore infrastructure committed to offering support services and team work, balanced quality of life to military and civilian members, and community collaboration through coordinated engagement, in a safe and healthful environment.

VISION

Maintain and operate safe and secure major logistics storage and support facilities to back the Fleet and support the Sailors and civilians that support the warfighters.

Photos From Around NSA Philadelphia

NSA Philadelphia electronic welcome sign
Welcome to NSA Philadelphia sign
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support hosted military officers from nine partner nations as part of the Navy Supply Corps School’s International Officer Supply Course, June 29-30, at Naval Support Activity Philadelphia.
The decommissioned aircraft carrier Ex-USS Forrestal arrives at Naval Support Activity Philadelphia from Naval Station Newport, R.I. The first of the American supercarriers, Forrestal was commissioned Sept. 29, 1955, and was in service for more than 38 years.
Battalion Chief Lisa Forrest, Philadelphia Fire Department, U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Laura Easterling, platoon leader, and Sgt. Nicole Phannis, a reconnaissance Soldier, both assigned to the 140th Chemical Company, California National Guard, discuss decontamination operations for a chemical spill training during the Dense Urban Terrain (DUT) exercise at the CSX Railyard in Philadelphia, Pa., July 27, 2022.
 

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