Point Loma Naval Base

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Geographical Address

Duty Station (or best approximation)
Public Address
140, Sylvester Road, Fort Rosecrans, San Diego, San Diego County, California, 92106, United States
Postal Code
92106
latitude
32.69
longitude
-117.24

Contact Info

DSN
312-553-1011
COMM
619-553-1011
Operating Hours
Hours: 0730-1600 Monday-Friday

HISTORY

Naval Base Point Loma Discovered in 1542

The history of Naval Base Point Loma began thousands of years ago when prehistoric peoples and Native Americans inhabited the area. Archeological sites have been dated to as far back as 7000 years ago.

The modern history of Point Loma begins in September 1542, when Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo (a Portuguese navigator in the service of Spain) landed here and explored the surrounding area for 6 days. Cabrillo raised the flag of Spain and named the port San Miguel Bay.

Mission

To sustain the Fleet, enable the Fighter, and support the Family while maintaining Naval Base Point Loma as a 5-Star Destination.

Our Vision: Focusing the command’s efforts along three lines of effort enables NBPL to better utilize limited resources and coordinate effort in a synchronized manner. Although these lines of effort are distinct, they are also dependent on one another, for success in each is dependent on meaningful progress in the other. These LOEs are expanded into primary areas of action in the full Design.

  • To SERVE the Fleet our tenant commands and organizations, and their families.
  • To BUILD a base for tomorrow’s warfighter with strong ties to our civic community.
  • To PROTECT our people, resources, and the environment from all threats.

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