Support Services

Chapel

The SUBASE Chapel serves the military community at Kings Bay.

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Commerical Sponsorship & Advertising

EDICCIMAD! Every Day in Camden County is Military Appreciation Day!

MWR can provide your organization with a unique opportunity to market your company and its product and services to an exclusive military population.  Both direct advertising opportunities and event sponsorship provide your organization with a full promotional mix to gain exposure and potential market share.  Commercial sponsorship and advertising is an authorized way for Navy MWR activities to offset the cost of programs and services.  Sponsorship is received in the form of in-kind services and financial support in exchange for public recognition, advertising consideration and/or product promotion at MWR events.  All revenues generated through sponsorship and advertising help improve the quality of life of service members and their families at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

MWR is a National Recreation and Parks Gold Medal Winning Program.  The department is also accredited through both the Commission for Accreditation of Parks and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Accreditation Program.

Demographics

  • Approximately 130,000 military/dependents and retirees in the Camden County and Jacksonville area.  NSB Kings Bay total economic impact to the community including goods and services is $1.142 billion.
  • 55+ Tenant Commands, including 8 Home-Ported Submarines, 2 Squadrons, Strategic Weapons Facility Atlantic (SWFLANT), Trident Refit Facility (TRF) and Trident Training Facility (TTF).  There is also a Marine Corps Security Force Battalion (MCSFBn) with an attached Navy Master-at-Arms Unit and two Coast Guard Force Protection Teams.  Branches of service represented include Navy, Army, Marines and Coast Guard.
  • Total Population: 26,000 with payroll of approximately 1.1 billion
  • Active Duty, Reserves & Family Members: 12,750
    • 59% of Active-Duty are between the ages of 18-29.
  • Retirees: 9,500
  • Civilians: 3,750

NRSE Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities FY20
 

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Fleet and Family Support Center

The Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC) recognizes that being in the military presents unique challenges and opportunities for service members and their families. Find out how the FFSC can help.

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Hunting & Fishing

Attention Hunters, Sportsman & Outdoor Enthusiasts

The hunting season is upon us and soon there will be hunters in the woods.

Hunting season will be open from September 14, 2019 through January 12, 2020.  Authorized hunting days are Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday afternoons, and Saturday mornings.  Each hunting area is marked with a yellow sign containing a Letter and number i.e. (B-1, G-2) indicating bow or gun areas.

SUBASE hunting rules, regulations, and safety briefs will be conducted on August 28, 2019, Sept 4, 2019, and Sept. 11, 2019 from 16:30 to 17:30 at the indoor rifle range.  Additional hunting briefs will be held at 13:00 every Wednesday at Bldg. 3007 following hunter check-in through the end of October.  Enjoy the outdoors and be safe.

Hunting onboard SUBASE Kings Bay 

Hunting season is between September through January each year.  Hunting aboard SUBASE is necessary to control the deer population, thus reducing the number of deer involved in vehicle accidents.  SUBASE is an enclosed habitat.  Hunting controls the deer population.   Hunting prevents exceeding available food sources and promotes a healthy and productive deer herd.  The hunting rules and regulations are outlined in detail in the SUBASE Hunting Instruction (SUBASEINST 11015.1T CH. 4). 

Hunting season in no way restricts non-hunters from enjoying the same areas that hunters do.  The key is to be aware that you may encounter hunters in the woods. For your own safety, please wear bright colored clothing, and stay on bike-paths and perimeter roads.  If you choose to hike in the woods, contact the SUBASE Game Warden.  The Game Warden can advise you on what areas are not occupied to ensure a safe and pleasant outing without encroaching on the hunters.

Hunters must have a Georgia state hunting license and big game license.  Hunters must purchase a SUBASE hunting permit from MWR Tickets & Travel Office.  Hunters must attend an annual rules, regulations, and safety brief prior to hunting or scouting the base.  They must have a state approved Hunter Safety Course Certificate from any state if born after January 1961.  They must have a SUBASE weapons registration for their hunting weapon/weapons from Stimson pass and I.D. less than three years old.

Fishing onboard SUBASE Kings Bay

SUBASE Fishing permits must be purchased from the MWR Tickets & Travel Office.  Fishermen and women must have a Georgia state fishing license. 

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Navy Voting

The Navy Voting Assistance Program (NVAP) provides voting assistance to all Department of the Navy personnel and their families around the world.

The NVAP ensures that all Navy personnel receive timely and accurate information regarding state and federal elections through all communications means available, 24-hours a day.

If you have any questions about absentee voting, voter registration, upcoming elections or anything else related to voting, the best place to start is with your command Voting Assistance Officer or the Federal Voting Assistance Program website. The Federal voting Assistance Program's website (http://www.fvap.gov/) is a one-stop-shop for all things voting related. The Federal Voting Assistance Program is the Department of Defense agency responsible for making sure that absentee voters can easily exercise their right to vote.

 

Online Voting Assistant: https://www.fvap.gov/fpca-privacy-notice

Voting Assistance Guide: https://www.fvap.gov/vao/vag

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Navy Wounded Warrior

I can think of few more important priorities than supporting our seriously wounded, ill and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen. These men and women have sacrificed so much for each of us, and for our country. It is our sacred duty to care, provide and advocate for them, ensuring they can lead the fullest lives possible. - Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert.

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Pet Care

Upon arrival to the area, all pets living on base must be registered with the Vet Clinic. For pet emergencies, contact a civilian veterinary hospital.

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Commissary

Commissaries contribute to family readiness, enhance the quality of life for America's military and their families, and help recruit and retain the best and brightest men and women to serve their country.

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Navy Exchange

The Kings Bay Navy Exchange features electronics, home and garden, appliance, apparel, childrens items, books, snacks, toiletries and much more!

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Additional Housing Information

Some additional information to help you make an educated decision on your options for housing while stationed at Kings Bay

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Housing for Families

Our HSC is ready to help all families assigned to NSB Kings Bay find suitable and affordable housing.

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Housing for Unaccompanied Personnel

There are many advantages to living on base for Single Sailors, find out more from the Housing for Unaccompanied Personnel Office.

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Housing Service Center

Find a place to stay when you arrive at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay, Georgia

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Schools and Childcare

From tykes to teens, there's a program for kids of all ages at Navy Submarine Base Kings Bay.

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