Support Services

The Defense Commissary Agency, which is headquartered at Fort Lee, VA., operates a worldwide chain of commissaries providing groceries to military personnel, retirees and their families in a safe and secure shopping environment. Authorized patrons purchase items at cost plus a 5-percent surcharge, which covers the costs of building new commissaries and modernizing existing ones. Shoppers save thousands of dollars annually on their purchases compared to commercial prices when shopping regularly at a commissary. A core military family support element, and a valued part of military pay and benefits, commissaries contribute to family readiness, enhance the quality of life for America's military and their families, and help recruit and retain the best and brightest men and women to serve their country.

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Unaccompanied Housing provides support to, or directly manages unaccompanied personnel housing to include Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQs).



Our mission is to provide housing support for all families and unaccompanied personnel assigned. Our goal is to help our customers locate suitable and affordable housing whether they are unaccompanied or a military family member.

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Navy Voting - Naples

The Navy Voting Assistance Program (NVAP) provides voting assistance to all Department of the Navy personnel and their families around the world.

The NVAP ensures that all Navy personnel receive timely and accurate information regarding state and federal elections through all communications means available, 24-hours a day.

If you have any questions about absentee voting, voter registration, upcoming elections or anything else related to voting, the best place to start is with your command Voting Assistance Officer or the Federal Voting Assistance Program website. The Federal voting Assistance Program's website ( is a one-stop-shop for all things voting related. The Federal Voting Assistance Program is the Department of Defense agency responsible for making sure that absentee voters can easily exercise their right to vote.


Online Voting Assistant:

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Navy Wounded Warrior -- Safe Harbor

http://www.nrd.govNavy Wounded Warrior - Safe Harbor

Navy Wounded Warrior (NWW) – Safe Harbor is the Navy's organization for coordinating the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and providing resources and support to their families and caregivers. Through proactive leadership, the program provides individually tailored assistance designed to optimize the success of the wounded warriors' recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration activities.

NWW helps Sailors and Coast Guardsmen return to duty, and, when that's not possible, the program works collaboratively with federal agencies, and state and local organizations to ease wounded warriors back into their communities.

Some services provided for Wounded Warriors:

  • Pay & Personnel
  • Invitational Travel Orders
  • Housing & Lodging
  • Child & Youth Programs
  • Recreation & Leisure
  • Transportation Needs
  • Legal & Guardianship Issues
  • Education & Training Benefits, Education Opportunities
  • Commissary & Exchange Access
  • Respite Care
  • Security Clearance Issues
  • Social Security Administration
  • TBI/PTSD Services
  • ...and much more.

Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor will be recognized as the gold standard of care for the world-class support it provides each and every enrolled Sailor and Coast Guardsman, as well as their families.

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Regional NWW non-medical care management teams work with wounded warriors and their families to identify their goals and develop plans to achieve them. The teams are led by a regional director, and recovery care coordinators oversee the development and execution of wounded warriors' Comprehensive Recovery Plans (CRPs). Non-medical care managers anticipate enrollees' daily non-medical needs and resolve any issues that surface during the recovery process.

NWW headquarters, which is based in Washington, D.C., is divided into four components: Policy and Enrollment; Quality Assurance; Program Support; and Pay and Entitlements.


A CRP is an individualized plan developed by the non-medical care management team, the service member and his or her family or caregiver, which identifies and prioritizes their goals. The CRP is a tool that helps service members remain on course throughout recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration.


Sailors and Coast Guardsmen may self-refer to the program or be referred by family, command leadership or medical providers.


NWW enrollment is available to seriously wounded, ill and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen, including:

  • OIF/OEF/OND casualties
  • Shipboard and training accidents
  • Liberty accidents
  • Serious medical and psychological conditions (e.g, cancer, PTS)


Regional NWW non-medical care management teams tailor support to each enrolled service member's needs.

Support includes assistance with:

  • Comprehensive Recovery Plan
  • Adaptive sports and reconditioning
  • Pay and personnel issues
  • Invitational Travel Orders
  • Lodging and housing adaptation
  • Child and youth care
  • Transportation needs
  • Education benefits and training and employment opportunities Commissary and Exchange access Respite care TBI/PTS support services Transition assistance and much more.



Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, MD 20889

Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor Call Center



Caregiver Resources
Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor on Facebook
Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor on Twitter
National Resource Directory
Social Security Administration: Disability Benefits for Wounded Warriors
Department of Veterans Affairs: SGLI Traumatic Injury Protection Program (TSGLI)

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Welcome to the Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) Enterprise. Since our inception in 1946, our mission has been to provide our customers quality goods and services at a savings and to contribute to Navy quality of life programs.

NEXCOM’s  six primary business lines include the Navy Exchange (NEX), the Ships Stores Program, Uniform Program Management Office (UPMO), Navy Clothing and Textile Research Facility (NCTRF), Navy Lodge Program and the Telecommunications Program Office (TPO). As a quality of life resource for the Navy, we understand and appreciate the sacrifices that our Sailors and their families make for all of us.

We are deeply grateful for your service to our country and are proud to serve you. In addition to bringing you quality products at a savings, we also provide you new and improved NEX and Navy Lodges, family-friendly programs, such as the A-OK Student Reward Program, as well as PREMIER customer service. The NEX is your store. You’ve earned the right to shop by joining the military. Military members and their families save an average of 20 percent on all the products they purchase, not including sales tax. In addition, our pricing strategy ensures that you are getting the best brands and best buys. The NEX carries merchandise in all price ranges, so we have something to fit everyone’s budget.

Plus, by shopping in your NEX, you help support Navy quality of life programs. Since 1946, we have contributed over $2.3 billion to Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs. Our goal is to make you a customer for life. We want your first choice to shop. On behalf of the entire NEXCOM Enterprise, thank you for supporting your NEX.



Chief Executive Officer

Navy Exchange Service Command

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