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NSA Naples Operations and Management Department

The Air Operation/Air Terminal is located in Naples, Italy (Capodichino). (LIRN) Napoli/Capodichino is, by definition, a State Civilian Airport open to civilian/military traffic. The regulations governing its use are per the existing International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Italian Air regulations. The U.S Naval Support Activity, Naples commanding officer is responsible for the clearance and operation of all aircraft using the U.S Navy ramp.

The Naval Support Activity Port Operations Naples, Italy provides fleet logistics support to visiting U.S. and Allied Forces throughout 14 ports across mainland Italy. Any changes to your logistic requirement, both prior to and after your arrival, should be coordinated with Port Operations to ensure you receive the fastest and best possible service.

The Emergency Management Department assists service-members, families and DOD personnel in preparing for natural disasters like hurricanes, tornanadoes, floods, fires and earthquakes. Others disasters that may occur that the Emergency Mangement Department assists with are technological disasters, such as hazardous chemical accidents and computer disruptions. When theses disasters occurs, rest assure that the best protection is preparing ahead of time and knowing what to do.

Remember, “Being prepared” is not just a Boy Scouts' motto but it applies to everyone in all walks of life.

Public Works Environmental Division is a component of Naval Facilities Command at NSA Naples whose mission is to ensure the NSA Naples operations comply with laws concerning the protection of the environment.
 

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