Today, Monterey is a city of old adobe houses, gardens that bloom year-round, white and blue boats in the harbor, a brightly colored fisherman’s wharf and modern lifestyles of the 21st century. Monterey has a lot to offer visitors and permanent residents. In Monterey, the old houses are connected
The military has played a vital role on the Monterey Peninsula since the area was claimed for Spain by Sebastian Vizcaino in 1602. Vizcaino named the bay Monterey, in honor of his benefactor, Gaspar de Zuniga y Acevedo, Conde de (count of) Monterrey, then viceroy of New Spain (Mexico).
831-899-2555 The Mass Transportation Benefit Program (MTBP) provides reimbursement for DoD employees for mass transit commuting costs to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution and to expand their commuting alternatives. There are 12 lines that serve the Presidio of Monterey and Ord Military Community. Enrollment requires filling out two
Coast Guard Station Monterey is primarily involved with maritime law enforcement and search and rescue along California’s Central Coast. The station is home to two 47-foot Motor Lifeboats and one 29-foot response boat. The more than 40-member crew based at the station carries out search and rescue, coastal security,
The idea for a graduate education program for naval officers emerged in the late 19th century, but the concept found few advocates initially. With Guglielmo Marconi’s invention of the “wireless” in 1901, the Wright brothers’ flight in 1903 and the global trek of the steam-powered White Fleet from 1907
Story by Patrick Bray on 01/09/2017 SAN FRANCISCO The National Japanese American Historical Society, the Consul General of Japan in San Francisco, and the commandant of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Col. Phil Deppert, gathered on Crissy Field at the Presidio of San Francisco Nov. 12 to honor
Story by Patrick Bray on 01/09/2017 MONTEREY, Calif. Though the U.S. Army has taught him much, if there is one thing in particular that Master Sgt. Mike Gabino has learned from the Army is that everybody has the ability to learn if you have the right instructor. That is why
Story by PO3 Taylor Jackson on 01/03/2017 PENSACOLA, Fla. Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) realigned its learning sites under the center's four large schoolhouses, effective Jan. 1. CIWT's 12 learning sites, which up to now have reported directly to the center, will now be subordinated under Information Warfare Training