Welcome to VP-8

Commanding Officer: Commander Derek Adametz CMC: Command Master Chief Patrick Campbell Executive Officer: Commander Andrew Barlow

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"Welcome Aboard!" Congratulations on your orders to PATROL SQUADRON EIGHT.

The Fighting Tigers of VP-8 are currently at their homeport, NAS Jacksonville. Upon your arrival to VP-8, report in appropriate dress uniform for the season, dress blues or dress whites, and a regulation haircut to:

Hangar 511 Segment 4
VP-8 Duty Office
(904) 542-2108

Officers e-mail: VP8_JAXS_OFFICER_SPONSOR@navy.mil
Enlisted e-mail: VP8_JAXS_ENLISTED_SPONSOR@navy.mil

Note: Bring all records, orders, endorsements, travel-related receipts, new address, etc. After hours, please make sure you leave a good contact number (i.e. cell phone/relative/friend), in case we need to reach you prior to the next work day.



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