1/5

NAS Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi, TX
Branch of Military
  • Army
  • Air Force
  • Coast Guard
  • Marine Corps
  • Space Force

Description

On March 12, 1941, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was commissioned to train Naval Aviators and began its work on May 5, 1941. President George Bush was among the many aviators who were trained at this facility during WWII. In 1948, the aviator training was moved to Jacksonville, Florida, while the Overhaul and Repair Department was given greater responsibility until its closing in 1959. In 1972, the Naval Air Training Command Headquarters moved to Corpus Christi.


Currently, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is home to Chief of Naval Air Training, Training Air Wing FOUR, and others, including Corpus Christi Army Depot. Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is the major hub of military activity in South Texas, having military members who serve in all branches stationed here. NAS Corpus Christi also employs over 8,000 workers, among these are many civil service employees and...view more

On March 12, 1941, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was commissioned to train Naval Aviators and began its work on May 5, 1941. President George Bush was among the many aviators who were trained at this facility during WWII. In 1948, the aviator training was moved to Jacksonville, Florida, while the Overhaul and Repair Department was given greater responsibility until its closing in 1959. In 1972, the Naval Air Training Command Headquarters moved to Corpus Christi.


Currently, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is home to Chief of Naval Air Training, Training Air Wing FOUR, and others, including Corpus Christi Army Depot. Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is the major hub of military activity in South Texas, having military members who serve in all branches stationed here. NAS Corpus Christi also employs over 8,000 workers, among these are many civil service employees and contractors from all over the country.


As of 2019, Corpus Christi had a population of just under 326,000 people, many who work in or are connected to the United States military. There are many fun and interesting places to visit that provide many different activities for all ages. Due to the great location in the Gulf of Mexico, Corpus Christi residents and visitors can enjoy many water-based activities that include kayaking, windsurfing, surfing, and fishing. Among other great places to visit here are the South Texas Botanical Gardens and Nature Center, the Art Museum of South Texas, the Texas State Aquarium, and a Surf Museum. Nearby, the Padre Island National Seashore is where the endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles call home along with a variety of migratory birds. Not too far from Corpus Christi the USS Lexington, an aircraft carrier from WWII houses an aviation museum.


There is on-base Navy housing available, however, for those with orders to Corpus Christi and who wish to live off-base, there are many great neighborhoods to consider. The best neighborhoods in the Corpus Christi area include Calallen, Downtown, Central City, Bay Area, Ingleside, Rockport, Bishop, Fulton, and Mustang-Padre Island. If you are newly stationed to the area and/or looking for homes for sale, our dedicated team of realtors and loan officers can help you find the home you’ve been looking for. Contact us today!


view less

On March 12, 1941, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was commissioned to train Naval Aviators and began its work on May 5, 1941. President George Bush was among the many aviators who were trained at this facility during WWII. In 1948, the aviator training was moved to Jacksonville, Florida, while the Overhaul and Repair Department was given greater responsibility until its closing in 1959. In 19...view more

On March 12, 1941, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was commissioned to train Naval Aviators and began its work on May 5, 1941. President George Bush was among the many aviators who were trained at this facility during WWII. In 1948, the aviator training was moved to Jacksonville, Florida, while the Overhaul and Repair Department was given greater responsibility until its closing in 1959. In 1972, the Naval Air Training Command Headquarters moved to Corpus Christi.


Currently, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is home to Chief of Naval Air Training, Training Air Wing FOUR, and others, including Corpus Christi Army Depot. Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is the major hub of military activity in South Texas, having military members who serve in all branches stationed here. NAS Corpus Christi also employs over 8,000 workers, among these are many civil service employees and contractors from all over the country.


As of 2019, Corpus Christi had a population of just under 326,000 people, many who work in or are connected to the United States military. There are many fun and interesting places to visit that provide many different activities for all ages. Due to the great location in the Gulf of Mexico, Corpus Christi residents and visitors can enjoy many water-based activities that include kayaking, windsurfing, surfing, and fishing. Among other great places to visit here are the South Texas Botanical Gardens and Nature Center, the Art Museum of South Texas, the Texas State Aquarium, and a Surf Museum. Nearby, the Padre Island National Seashore is where the endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles call home along with a variety of migratory birds. Not too far from Corpus Christi the USS Lexington, an aircraft carrier from WWII houses an aviation museum.


There is on-base Navy housing available, however, for those with orders to Corpus Christi and who wish to live off-base, there are many great neighborhoods to consider. The best neighborhoods in the Corpus Christi area include Calallen, Downtown, Central City, Bay Area, Ingleside, Rockport, Bishop, Fulton, and Mustang-Padre Island. If you are newly stationed to the area and/or looking for homes for sale, our dedicated team of realtors and loan officers can help you find the home you’ve been looking for. Contact us today!


view less
By proceeding, you consent to receive calls and texts at the number you provided, including marketing by autodialer and prerecorded and artificial voice, and email, from milpcs.com and others about your inquiry and other home related matters, but not as a condition of any purchase; this applies regardless of whether you check, or leave un checked, any box above.

NAS Corpus Christi Homes For Sale

Sort by
  • Newest
  • Highest price
Showing

View

Map
Grid
List
$375,000


port aransas, 78373

Bedrooms1bed
Bathrooms1bath
Build up Area846
Contact Agent
$439,900


rockport, 78382

Bedrooms3bed
Bathrooms2bath
Build up Area1,236
Contact Agent
2 results

Top Local Businesses Near NAS Corpus Christi

Explore the best restaurants, businesses, and activities near NAS Corpus Christi.