Commander, Submarine Group Two


  Welcome Aboard!

Congratulations on your orders to NAVY SUBMARINE TORPEDO FACILITY.

Upon receipt of these orders, please contact the

Command Sponsor Coordinator:  (757) 887-4135 or (757) 887-4220

after hours, contact our Command Duty Officer:  (757) 773-1482

Email:  NSTF_YRKT_SPONSOR@NAVY.MIL to initiate the Welcome aboard Process quickly with reliable contact information.

You are joining a dynamic and versatile team of professionals.

Welcome aboard shipmate! We look forward to having you as an integral part of our future mission success.

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Navy Submarine Torpedo Facility

Naval Weapons Station

P.O. Box 290

Yorktown, VA 23691-0290

Admin Office:

Email Admin

Comm: (757) 887-4110

DSN: 953-4110

Command Master Chief:

Email the CMC

Comm: (757) 887-4114

DSN: 953-4114



Check Ins:

Personnel support for all service members is provided at Little Creek Amphibious base, Norfolk, Virginia.  Military personnel are to report directly to NSTF upon arrival.  Should you arrive on a weekend, please call the Command Duty Officer, Cell Phone (757) 773-1482.

 If you need a barracks room, report to the Combined Bachelor Quarters Nelson House, Building 704 (located inside Gate 3) then to the command on the next working day.

 If you get married before you PCS, you must inform your command and follow the procedures exactly as you are given them.  The military will not pay for travel and housing of your spouse if you do not follow proper procedures.

Command Location:

Navy Submarine Torpedo Facility (NSTF) is a tenant command located onboard the Naval Weapons Station Yorktown.  NSTF is geographically at the northern part of the Virginia Peninsula of Hampton Roads and is about 1 hour from Naval Station Norfolk. The Peninsula is comprised of the cities of Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, and Poquoson and the counties of York and James City.  The Hampton Roads area is rich in history, recreation, commercial activity, transportation and housing.  


Newport News history began in the 1600’s and is named for Christopher Newport, who was the captain of the “Discovery”, one of the original ships that carried the Jamestown settlers to the new world.  Even back in the 1600's, the early settlers imagined the unique opportunities in Newport News.  Located between Williamsburg and Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Newport News stretches some 25 miles long and is bordered by the James River to the west.  The city is internationally known as home of Newport News Shipbuilding, the largest private employer in the state.


Founded in 1607, the city of Hampton is the oldest continuous English speaking settlement in America.  Surrounded by various Hampton Roads waterways and the Chesapeake Bay, it occupies 55 square miles of the Peninsula.  Hampton is home to Langley Air Force Base, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and many other commercial enterprises.


The city of Williamsburg is no more than a few miles from NSTF.  This area is known around the world for the Colonial Williamsburg historical area, one of the most visited tourist sites in America. In addition, Williamsburg has the renowned College of William and Mary, the second oldest institution of higher learning in the country.


James City County contains the site of the nation’s first English-speaking settlement, Jamestown, founded in 1607.  In addition to its rich history, James City County is home to major tourist attractions and businesses; the Anheuser-Busch brewery; Busch Gardens; The Old Country theme park; Water Country USA, and many planned business and residential centers including an extensive collection of outlet shopping malls.


Poquoson offers homeowners a peaceful and friendly place to live.  The 15-mile city is almost completely bounded by water.  Over 60 miles of shoreline makes this a great place to live for the city’s residents.


Yorktown, the county seat of York County, is the site of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis to General Washington, thereby ending the struggle for independence.  The large county is predominately rural where Peninsula workers enjoy raising their families.


From Washington DC/Richmond, VA - Follow Interstate 64 East until exit 247.  At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn left onto route 143 (Jefferson Avenue).  Travel approximately ½ mile and take a left into Gate 3.  Pass and ID will be to the left of the gate.

From Norfolk/VA Beach – Follow Interstate 64 West until exit 247.  At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right onto Old Yorktown Road.  At the light take a left onto route 143 (Jefferson Avenue).  Travel approximately ½ mile take a right into Gate 3.  Pass and ID will be to the left of the gate.

If arriving at Williamsburg/Newport News International Airport, turn right onto route 143 (Jefferson Avenue) and continue for approximately six miles.  Continue through the light at Old Yorktown Road, go approximately ½ mile take a right into Gate 3.  Pass and ID will be to the left of the gate.

Local airports have a USO Center (Williamsburg/Newport News) or a Military Welcome Center (Norfolk International) which can be helpful with directions and/or transportation assistance.

You can visit local websites for more information: