Anyone having questions or comments on this topic is invited to contact CDR. Grobmeier.
The following is a selected list of closed NAVSEGRU sites, primarily HFDF locations, showing the date of disestablishment or end of NAVSECGRU mission, and the present owner or disposition.
The Navy manages approximately 79,200 acres of the northern portion of the island which is owned by the Department of the Interior and includes the former NSGA site which is not in use.
Entire area is owned by the Lesinoi Corp. of Kodiak, AK, a native-people's organization.
Part of Elmendorf Air Force Base.
The first Navy Wullenweber site to be closed. Reverted to Lummi Indian reservation. DF site completely cleared. Cantonment area is now a Lummi townsite.
Kitsap County park and private homes and buildings of old Fort Ward and former Naval Radio Station.
To be transferred to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a wildlife refuge on completion of removal of all structures. Six acres will go to the Federal Aviation Administration for air navigation beacon purposes.
Silver Strand Training Complex, Naval Base Coronado
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Guam
Acadia National Park learning center.
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and U.S. Capitol Police Training Academy.
As of 1 March 2003 became Department of Homeland Security.
Naval Support Activity Norfolk, Northwest Annex, with 10 tennant commands including Coast Guard Communications Area Master Station Atlantic
Department of Agriculture Experiment Station.
Naval Air Station, Key West.
As of 15 March 2004 the Navy retained title to the property for evaluation of public or private use opportunities, according to the General Services Administration.
Panamanian Technological Institute. Not in use.
Created on September 20, 2005 at 22:53 by Albert LaFrance