NAS OCEANA

NAS Whidbey Island Participates in Armed Forces Day Volunteer Trail Clean-Up

Story by PO2 Scott Wood on 05/21/2018 By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Scott Wood, Navy Public Affairs Support Element West, Det. Whidbey Island COUPEVILLE, Wash. (NNS) Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island participated in the Armed Forces Day Volunteer Project on Saturday, May 19 to repair the Bluff Trail
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VP-8 "Fighting Tigers" Hold Change of Command

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.Cmdr. Edward "Teddy" Kribs transferred command of Patrol Squadron (VP) 8 to Cmdr. Zachary "Stanger" Stang during a Change of Command ceremony held Friday, May 18 onboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida. A Granite Bay, California native, Cmdr. Kribs was commissioned in the United States Navy in 1999 whe
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Kearsarge Sailors Lend a Hand at Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum

Story by PO2 Michael Sanchez on 05/16/2018 Work included sanding and painting two decorative torpedoes in front of the museum, trimming plants, and distributing landscaping stone. The opportunity to work hard under the beaming Florida sun was not far removed from some Sailors' normal workload. "I'm in deck department so
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Kearsarge Sailors Lend a Hand at Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum

Story by PO2 Michael Sanchez on 05/16/2018 Work included sanding and painting two decorative torpedoes in front of the museum, trimming plants, and distributing landscaping stone. The opportunity to work hard under the beaming Florida sun was not far removed from some Sailors' normal workload. "I'm in deck department so
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NASWI Hosts Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

Story by PO2 Scott Wood on 05/08/2018 OAK HARBOR, Wash. Throughout the month of April, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island (NASWI) participated in what is recognized by both civilian and military communities as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM). SAAPM focuses on creating the appropriate culture to eliminate sexual
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TSCHR Sailors Volunteer for CYP

Story by Robin Holland on 05/03/2018 As a husband and father of three, his plate is plenty fulland yet he still finds the time to give back to the community. For the past two years Edmonston has been volunteering at the NAS Oceana (NASO) Child Youth Program (CYP), led by
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