|Apra Harbor, Guam|
Crest of Naval Base Guam
|Controlled by||United States Navy|
Capt. John M. Ward |
Commander Christopher Flis
Master Chief John T. Lawry
(Senior Enlisted Leader)
Naval Base Guam is a strategic U.S. naval base located on Apra Harbor, Guam. It is part of Joint Region Marianas, which is a Navy-controlled installation which was combined with Andersen Air Force Base in 2009.
Naval Base Guam is home of Commander Submarine Squadron 15, Coast Guard Sector Guam and Naval Special Warfare Unit One and supports 28 other tenant commands. It is the home base of dozens of Pacific Command, United States Pacific Fleet, and Seventh Fleet units.
Ships and Tenant Commands[edit | edit source]
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Submarine Squadron 15[edit | edit source]
USS Frank Cable (AS-40)[edit | edit source]
US Coast Guard SECTOR GUAM[edit | edit source]
Other Commands[edit | edit source]
- Military Sealift Command Ship Support Unit Guam
- United States Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit FIVE
- Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division Unit Guam
- Naval Airborne Weapons Maintenance Unit 1
- Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam
Services[edit | edit source]
Naval Base Guam has amenities and services including a library, chapel, visitor's quarters, theater and bowling lanes.
See also[edit | edit source]
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- Official Website
- Military: Naval Air Station, Agana (Tiyan) (closed). GlobalSecurity.org. Retrieved 2010-02-19.
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