Welcome to Commander Tactical Air Control Group ONE

Frequently asked questions:

Question: How do I get in contact with CTG-1?
Answer: To contact COMTACGRU ONE, call the command's quarterdeck at (619)437-2572. For base information call (619)437-1011. If the information through the numbers provided is not sufficient please e-mail: CTG1_Admin@navy.mil

Question: Where do I get a Sponsor?
Answer: Your new workcenter will assign you an individual to help you check onboard and complete your transfer to San Diego. This person should contact you by phone or mail before you transfer and attempt to answer any questions you might have about your arrival. If you have any questions about your Sponsor or have not received any response from your new work center, please email: CTG1_Admin@navy.mil

Question: Where will my family stay when we first get to San Diego?
Answer: There are several options to consider when you and your family arrive in San Diego. The first option is contacting the Navy Housing in San Diego, (sandiego@housing.navy.mil). In the case that housing or civilian apartments are not readily available, suitable lodging is open to service members and their families at several Navy Lodge's located in the San Diego area (for reservations, please contact the San Diego Navy Lodge at email address: navylodge@navylodge.navy.mil).

Question: Where do I first check onboard?
Answer: When checking onboard for the first time go directly to COMTACGRU ONE quarterdeck located on NAB Coronado, BLDG 150. The quarterdeck is manned 24-hours a day and the Officer-Of-The-Deck (OOD) will log you in when you arrive and contact your workcenter for assistance. Please have your orders ready upon arrival!

Question: What do I wear when I check onboard?
Answer: When checking onboard wear your dress uniform. San Diego changes from Whites to Blues in October (winter), and from Blues to Whites in April (summer). However, your dress blues with ribbons is always a good choice regardless of what season it is.

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Getting to COMTACGRU ONE

Directions from San Diego Airport:
Upon arrival at San Diego International Airport there are several things you can do to get to the NAB Coronado and CTG-1. Your first option is to arrange transportation with your sponsor or notify CTG-1 Quarterdeck that you need the duty driver. Your next option is to purchase a rental car from one of the several rental car companies within the airport. This option also may not be available due to financial capabilities or some service members. The third option is to pay for a taxi. The average taxi cost from the airport to the base is currently between $20 - $30. Once you have transportation from the airport, the following directions will get you to NAB Coronado: From the airport, proceed South on N. Harbor Drive following the signs towards I-5
- You will travel through several lights on N. Harbor Drive until Grape Street
- Turn Left on Grape Street and proceed to the top of the hill
- You will travel through several lights on Grape Street until the I-5 South Exit
- Turn right onto the I-5 South Exit
- Travel approx. 2-3 miles past the airport on I-5
- Next, exit I-5 onto the Coronado Bay Bridge (CA 75)
- Turn left on Orange Ave
- Orange Ave turns into Silver Strand. Stay on this road until you see NAB Coronado
- Turn left onto Tarawa Road.
- Turn left which will enter you into Main Gate.
- Make first left.
- Turn right on Tarawa Rd.
- CTG-1 is on right hand side located in BLDG 150.

 
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