NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND NEWS

Can You Hear Me Now? NMW Tests Alternate Communications During Citadel Rumble

Story by Regena Kowitz on 08/08/2019 A magnitude 7.0 that significantly damages infrastructure and disrupts phone lines. A fast-moving wildfire that destroys buildings, including hospitals, and takes out cell towers. Disasters like these are not just possible along the West Coast, they're probable. When they do occur, Navy Medicine West'
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USS Green Bay and USS Ashland Sail With Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force

Story by LT Adagray Willis on 08/06/2019 CORAL SEA (August 1, 2019) The forward-deployed San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock USS Green Bay (LPD 20) and Whidbey Island-class amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland (LSD 48), ships in the Wasp Amphibious Ready Group (ARG), sailed with the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force
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Career Development Symposium Heads to Pacific Northwest

Story by CPO Michael Russell on 08/05/2019 MILLINGTON, Tenn. Sailors in the Pacific Northwest will soon have the opportunity to explore the benefits of Sailor 2025 and its impact upon their professional lives during an upcoming 2019 Career Development Symposium (CDS) Aug. 12-14. Due to the large number of Sailor
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ASTC JAX Delivers New Mask-Off Hypoxia Training

Story by PO1 David Kolmel on 07/31/2019 Aviation Survival Training Center (ASTC) Jacksonville (JAX) commenced training with a new, mask-off hypoxia trainer in July that will be used for all Navy and Marine Corps designated aviation personnel flying in multi-place non-ejection aircraft. Capt. Theron Toole, commanding officer of Navy Medicine
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A Degree Above - Naval Hospital Bremerton Sailors recognized at College Graduation Ceremony

Story by Douglas Stutz on 07/26/2019 When Naval Base Kitsap Navy College Program asked Capt. Thecly Scott, Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB) executive officer to be their keynote speaker at their graduation ceremony, little did she realize that approximately 25 percent of those graduating would be from her command. Such wa
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I am Navy Medicine: Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Christopher Chance Finley, Naval Hospital Bremerton

Story by Douglas Stutz on 07/22/2019 "I am Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Christopher Chance Finley, assigned to Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB)." Finley, from Albany, Ga. and a 2014 graduate of Albany Technical College with a degree in Paramedicine, was recently recognized as NHB's Junior Sailor of the Quarter. "Congratulations o
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