Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base
Naval Air Station Fort Worth, Joint Reserve Base, part of Navy Installation Command’s Navy Region Southeast, is a joint defense facility for training and equipping air crews and Â ground support. The base was established on October 1, 1994 as the first Joint Reserve Base in the U.S. and is home toÂ 10,000 active duty military, Reserve and Guard personnel, and civilian team members
The Mission of Â the base is as follows:
The Navy Fort Worth “team” ensures that reservists receive quality training in preparation for mobilization readiness. The Joint Base serves the reservists, active duty tenants, and surrounding communities while accomplishing its primary purpose of defense readiness for America. Our primary responsibility is to train and equip air crews and aviation ground support personnel in preparation for Deployment.
From their website.
The base, now part ofÂ Navy Installations Command, is Â home to manyÂ fighter/attack and airlift units from the reserve components from theÂ Navy,Â Air ForceÂ and Marine Corps.Â The base’s runway is also used byÂ Lockheed Martin Aeronautics,Â becauseÂ their Fort Worth assembly facilityÂ is located near Â the base.