Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
Biographical Information
Motto: Not for self but for country
Members: Commanding Officer

Joe White

Former Student
Steve McGarrett
Freddie Hart

Status: Active


Naval Amphibious Base Coronado (NAB Coronado) is a naval installation located across the bay from San Diego, California, and is a major Navy shore command, supporting over 30 tenant commands, and is the West Coast focal point for special and expeditionary warfare training and operations. The on‑base population is 5,000 military personnel and 7,000 students and reservists.

The base has also provided training for Underwater Demolition Teams, United States Navy SEALs, Brown-water navy personnel, and Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps midshipmen. In 1946, the base was renamed Naval Amphibious Base (NAB) Coronado and its primary mission was changed to that of providing major administrative and logistical support to the amphibious units which are located on the base. The base also conducts research and tests of newly developed amphibious equipment.



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