Military Housing in Washington


  • Coast Guard Bellingham Homes  Coast Guard

    Coast Guard Station Bellingham falls under the command of the USCG Sector Field Office in Port Angeles located about 120 miles southwest of the Bellingham station. Station Bellingham is the northern-most Station in the District and its area of responsibility contains the San Juan Islands where most Search and Rescue (SAR) cases occur. With their proximity to Canada, Station Bellingham also participates in joint SAR and LE cases and has an outstanding international working relationship.

  • Coast Guard Port Angeles Homes  Coast Guard

    Air Station - Sector Field Office Port Angeles is the US Coast Guard's oldest operational air station and enjoys a prime location as Port Angeles is a port city with ferries to Canada. The unit's area of operations include the Strait of Juan De Fuca and the North Western coast of Washington around the Olympic Peninsula to the mouth of Puget Sound. The unit's mission is Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement, Aids to Navigation, Marine Environmental Protection, and enforcement of laws and treaties.

  • Coast Guard Seattle Homes  Coast Guard

    The Coast Guard Seattle station is a subordinate command of USCG Sector Puget Sound. The station's primary mission is Homeland Security within Puget Sound. Station Seattle provides harbor patrols of the entire Puget Sound as well as providing escorts to Naval and commercial vessels. Station personnel also support numerous other missions including aids to navigation, marine environmental protection and local public relations.

  • Everett Naval Station Homes  Navy

    Naval Station Everett WA (NAVSTA Everett) is the United States Navy's most modern facility. It is located next to the marina area of the city of Everett, WA, 25 miles north of Seattle on the northeast side of Puget Sound. The facility was designed as a homeport for a U.S. Navy Carrier Strike Group. NS Everett is currently home to two destroyers, three frigates, one nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, and a Coast Guard buoy tender.

  • Fairchild AFB Homes  Air Force

    Fairchild Air Force Base is under the operational control of the Air Mobility Command (AMC) and is home to a wide variety of units and missions. Most prominent is its air refueling mission, with two wings, one active, the 92d Air Refueling Wing, and one Air National Guard, the 141st Air Refueling Wing, both flying the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker. The base is at an elevation of 2,463 feet above sea level and covers approximately 4,300 acres of high plains characteristic of Eastern Washington.

  • Joint Base Lewis McChord JBLM Homes  Army

    Joint Base Lewis-McChord, also known as JBLM, is the largest military installation on the United States west coast with more than 415,000 acres, including and Yakima Training Center in central Washington. The Army's 1st Corp and the Air Force's 62nd Wing are major tenants at the base, along with their numerous sub-units.

  • Naval Base Kitsap Bangor Homes  Navy

    Naval Station Bremerton and Naval Submarine Base Bangor have merged and are now known as Naval Base Kitsap

    The base is composed of installations at Bremerton, Bangor, and Keyport, WA., and is home to the Navy's West Coast center of excellence for nine Trident submarines, two Ohio-class guided-missile submarines, two fast-attack submarines and the USS Jimmy Carter. Naval Base Kitsap - Bangor is also a training and support facility for all things "Trident".

  • Naval Base Kitsap Bremerton Homes  Navy

    Naval Station Bremerton and Naval Submarine Base Bangor have merged and are now known as Naval Base Kitsap

    The Kitsap - Bremerton Annex is home the USS John C. Stennis. The base maintains, modernizes and repairs all ships and submarines of the fleet, concentrating on nuclear propelled vessels.

  • Whidbey Island NAS Homes  Navy

    Naval Air Station Whidbey Island is actually composed of two bases five miles apart: the original Seaplane Base on the eastern shore of Whidbey Island and Ault Field, on the island's western shore. The island is 64 miles long and is the largest island in the continental United States. As well, Whidbey Island NAS is largest naval installation in the Pacific Northwest with as many as 7,600 military men and women assigned there.

  • Yakima Training Center Homes  Army

    Joint Base Lewis McChord's Yakima Training Center is in south central Washington State, about 160 miles SE of JBLM. The center measures about 25 X 25 miles and supports realistic combined arms, joint, and coalition forces training for U.S. and allied military units. Joint Base Lewis McChord uses the facility for maneuver and live fire training, and the rugged terrain and size makes it an ideal place for training soldiers in support of STRYKER units. Also located there is Vagabond Army Airfield

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