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PENSACOLA, Fla. (July 21, 2022) A Sailor assigned to Naval Aviation Schools Command in Pensacola, Florida, exits the water after a training evolution in the Pensacola Bay during Aviation Rescue Swimmer School, July 21, 2022. The training is physically demanding and involves instruction on topics such as aircrew duties and assignments, survival, first aid and water rescue procedures. With these skills, enlisted aviation personnel will eventually be assigned to fleet squadrons as naval aircrewmen rescue swimmers. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Zachary Melvin)

The NASC Safety Office ensures compliance with U.S. Navy safety standards and instructions in order to keep our command staff and students safe in all activities. This includes providing direction and support for High Risk Training safety, on-duty and off-duty safety, recreational safety, vehicle safety, and more. At the NASC Safety Office, we strive to ensure that our command personnel operate in safe and healthy environments while facing minimal risks. The nature of naval aviation includes operational risks, but the NASC Safety Office does our best to ensure that our command navigates these risks with informed decisions, good practices, and with safety as a top priority.

DSN: 922
Director of Training
(850) 452-4120
Learning Standards Officer
(850) 452-3249
Safety Office
(850) 452-4577
Naval Aviation Schools Command
181 Chambers Avenue, Suite C
Pensacola, FL 32508
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