Duty Station Directory
Fort Detrick originally began as a small municipal airport established at Frederick County, Maryland, in 1929. It sits on Schreider Street in the northern part of Maryland. It served as an airbase until 1942; after that, the military purchased the airfield along with additional fields. Fort Derrick is home to U.S.
Fort Meade is situated in Anne Arundel County in Maryland; Anne Arundel is located in South Baltimore. Furthermore, Fort Meade is located in the northwestern part of Anne Arundel County. The Central Security Service, United States Cyber Command, National Security Agency and the Defense Information Systems Agency are all located on the base.
Coast Guard Yard Baltimore
For more than 100 years, Coast Guard Yard Baltimore has been building, repairing, and renovating ships in Baltimore, Maryland, in service to the U.S. Coast Guard. This coast guard yard is precisely located on Curtis Bay, north of Anne Arundel County. The coast guard yard is also an essential part of the Coast Guard's core industrial base and fleet support operations.
Surface Forces Logistics
The Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC) is a military center controlled by the United States Coast Guard on Hawkins Point Road in Baltimore, Maryland. This logistics center provides engineering, maintenance, supply, and technical operations to more than 1,800 boats stationed throughout the United States. This place has six divisions that work together to fulfill the base's mission.
Naval Medical Center Bethesda
Naval Medical Center is located around Palmar Road in Bethesda, Maryland, in southern Montgomery County, just northwest of Washington, D.C. Also called the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Naval Medical Center is one of the United States' renowned military medical centers that has catered to war veterans and presidents for almost 70 years.
NAS Patuxent River
Naval Air Space Patuxent River (NAVAIR) is situated around the mouth of Patuxent River on the Chesapeake Bay in St. Mary's County, Maryland. This naval air base was established in 1943 and served as a test center for systems relating to naval aviation. This station is quite large as it occupies over 14,500 acres in St. Mary's County.
Naval Support Activity Annapolis is situated in Annapolis on Bennion Road, Maryland, and this base is responsible for giving effective and efficient shore installation management and support. This base is more than 1,200 acres, has over 400 buildings, and is known to be one of the largest Naval bases in the US after becoming a central installation in 1911.
NSF Indian Head
Located at a 3,500-acre peninsula along the Potomac River in Charles County, is the Naval Support Facility Indian Head Division (NSWC IHD). It was the first military facility operated by the United States of America in the southern part of Maryland and its history dates back to 1890, although the actual construction was finished in 1920.
Camp David was originally called Hi-Catoctin and designed in 1935 for federal government agents and their families. It was converted in 1942 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to a country retreat for the President, and he renamed it “Shangri-La” after a fictional paradise. Since then, it has served the Presidency in numerous diplomatic and private retreats.
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Naval Surface Warfare Center is located in Bethesda, Maryland, in a military base in Potomac. This center had another division in Indian Head, Maryland. It acts as an evaluation, development, and defensive and offensive support for surface warfare, as well as involvement in homeland security and research.
Naval Air Station Brunswick was strategically placed 2 miles northeast of Brunswick, Maine. It was located on the southwestern side of Maine, close to the city. This air station was a massive employer of labor in the state, with up to 5,000 military and civilian employees. The air station was the last military airfield under the authority of the Department of Defense in the US.