Naval Sea Systems Command

Formerly the Naval Support Command (NASCOM), the NSSC started simple training, maintenance, repair and supply unit of the Off-Shore P Operating Base at Muelle de Codo.

The NSSC now stands as the biggest industrial complex of the AFP, lo at Ft. San Felipe in Cavite City with responsibilities for the operation a maintenance of shipyards, command and control system, combat syst research and development of technology for the Navy.

The NSSC functions: 1. Maintain and operate shipyard facilities in order to provideship repair services to PN units afloat; perform ship repair, design and construction activities and develop ship building techniques 2. Provide repair, maintenance and field services on shipboardweapons, communications and electronics equipment3. Manage, operate, and maintain shore-based communications and electronics facilities and provide repair and maintenance services on shore, communications and electronics equipment 3. Conduct research and development through maximum utilization of indigenous materials and resources.

Naval Reserve Command (NAVRESCOM)

The NAVRESCOM was preceded by the Home Defense Command which was deactivated because it was deemed too expensive to maintain. Its subordinate units were absorbed by other major units. The need for naval manpower development however still remained. NAVRESCOM is now a special unit of the Navy tasked to organize train, equip and administer the Naval reservists in order to have a base for expansion of the regular force in the event of war, invasion, rebellion or disasters and calamities. The NAVRESCOM base is now headquartered at Fort Santiago in Manila.

While NAVRESCOM is a relatively young unit, it has proven its efficiency in fulfilling its mission of providing administrative support to reservists nationwide and their effective utilization in time of peace and war and to assist in the socioeconomic programs of the government.

Naval Education and Training Command (NETC)

The Naval Education and Training Command, now based in San Antonio Zambales, traces its roots back to the Off-Shore Patrol School founded by the late Commodore Jose V. Andrada. The Off-Shore Patrol School produced many graduates who would later become FOICs of the Navy. After the war, the OSP School made its home in Malacañang. In 1946, the school was transferred to the Cavite Naval Base. It later became the Naval Training Command right before its present incarnation. Its basic function: to maintain a high degree of discipline, competence and technical proficiency of PN personnel essential to the accomplishment of the Navy's mission. It also serves as the doctrines development center of the Philippine Navy.

Naval Construction Brigade

Tasked to conduct naval construction and combat engineering operations, this unit is more popularly known as the "SeaBees". It's a specialized unit which performs construction and rehabilitation of piers, harbors and beach facilities, harbor clearing and salvage works, construction of roads, bridges and other vital infrastructures.

Naval Base Cavite (NBC)

NBC provides support services to the Philippine Navy and other AFP tenant units in the base complex, such as refueling, re-watering, shore power connections, berthing, ferry services, tugboat assistance, sludge disposal services and housing.

Bonifacio Naval Station (BNS)
BNS replicates the functions of Naval Base Cavite for Philippine Navy units located in Fort Bonifacio in Makati City.