Naval Magazine Indian Island is located near Port Hadlock in Jefferson County, Washington, which is across Puget Sound from Whidbey Island and Seattle. The installation is home to the U.S. Navy’s only deep-water ammunition port on the West Coast and the Department of Defense’s largest conventional ordnance storage site on the West Coast. Indian Island provides munitions support to Navy, Joint and Allied vessels while emphasizing safety, accuracy and efficiency.
Navy Munitions Command Pacific CONUS West Division Unit Indian Island is responsible for the receipt, storage and issue of conventional munitions at Indian Island as the installation's only tenant command.
The 2,700-acre island hosts a wealth of cultural and natural resources, including several Native American archeological sites, historical pioneer homestead sites and WWII-era buildings. The island is also home to a wide diversity of wildlife species, including 10 established bald eagles nesting sites, several hundred deer, coyotes, otters and an occasional cougar.
Naval Magazine Indian Island was the recipient of the Commander, Navy Installation Command’s Installation Excellence Award for the small installation category in 2020, the Secretary of the Navy Environmental Award for sustainability in the non-industrial installation category in 2019, and the Chief of Naval Operations Shore Safety Award for the small installation category in 2018.
For administrative assistance, please contact the Naval Magazine Indian Island command office at 360-396-5227.
Military personnel under orders to Naval Magazine Indian Island should call 360-340-1984 for assistance with the check-in process.
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In the event of inclement weather, please call the Base Conditions hotline at 360-396-5375 for information about base operating conditions. The message will be updated by 4:00 a.m. with operating conditions for the day.