Coast Guard Cape May Homes
Cape May is the home of the Coast Guard's enlisted corps and the nation's only Coast Guard enlisted accession point and recruit training center. More than 4,000 people a year arrive for the first chapter of their Coast Guard career - boot camp. The mission at Cape May is to transform America's civilian volunteers into military members of the United Stated Coast Guard.
Earle Naval Station Homes
The Naval Weapons Station at Earle, NJ handles, stores, transports, renovates and issues all types of weapons and ammunition. The station is divided into two sections: Mainside, located in Colts Neck, and the Waterfront Area on Sandy Hook Bay. Both areas are connected by Normandy Road, a 15 mile military road and rail line. Mainside houses the majority of Earle's departments and facilities with the Ordnance Detachment performing the primary mission of providing ammunition to the fleet.
JBMDL - Fort Dix Homes
Fort Dix is part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL) The base is USAF controlled and is home to many DOD missions which include all branches of the military. The installation provides world-class management to support expeditionary operations on land, by sea, or by air in support of the nation's defense.
JBMDL - McGuire AFB Homes
McGuire AFB is part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL). JBMDL is home to many DOD missions to include all branches of the military. The installation provides world-class management to support expeditionary operations on land, by sea, or by air in support of the nation's defense. The host unit at JBMDL is the United States Air Force 87th Air Base Wing.
JBMDL - Navy Lakehurst Homes
The Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst is part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JBMDL). JBMDL is home to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, as well as fourteen joint and interagency commands. The host unit at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is the United States Air Force 87th Air Base Wing.
Picatinny Arsenal Homes
The Picatinny Arsenal is a military research and manufacturing facility located on a 6,400-acre lot in northern New Jersey near Lake Denmark. The Arsenal is the headquarters of the United States Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center and is known for inventing the Picatinny rail, as well as being the Army's center of expertise for small arms cartridge ammunition.