• 2023 July 4th Parade - NAS Honor Guard & NJROTC
  • 2023 July 4th Parade - Sea Sailor of the Year
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  • Community Service Award to Chamber of Commerce - Magi Aguilar Exec. Director
  • Change of Watch: Incoming Co-Presidents Larry & Beth Munns with Outgoing President Greg Smith
  • Scroll of Honor Recipient Steve Bristow
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  • Hall of Honor Recepients Connie Leonhardi and Greg Smith with NAS Co Captain Hanks and NL NW Regional President
  • 2022 Veterans Day Speaker - Captain Jim Patton, USN, retired
  • 2022 Veterans Day Leaders - Greg Smith, George Saul, Jim Patton, Jeff Neuberger
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  • 2021 Veterans Day Entrance to Stadium
  • NL VP Dr. Darin Hand, NL Past-President Greg Smith, Chaplain David Lura
  • Welcome to NAS Whidbey Island
 

2023 Poster will soon be posted!
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22 September 2023

on this day in 
1945 Stan Musial gets 5 hits off 5 pitchers on 5 consecutive pitches
1968 Twins' Cesar Tovar pitched a hitless inning & plays all 9 positions
1969 SF Giant Willie Mays, becomes 2nd player to hit HR # 600
1986 LA Dodger Fernando Valenzuela is 1st Mexican to win 20 games
1987 Red Sox Wade Boggs gets his 200th hit in 5 straight seasons

from - http://www.scopesys.com

in military history
rom - https://thisdayinusmilhist.wordpress.com

1943 – The invasion of Finschafen, New Guinea: an Allied invasion fleet, including Coast Guard-manned landing ships, landed Australian troops at Finschafen. Coast Guard-manned ships in the invasion fleet included USSs LST-18, LST-67, LST-168, and LST-204. There were no casualties among the Coast Guard LSTs.
1944 – On Peleliu, US 3rd Amphibious Corps (Geiger) deploys a regiment of US 81st Infantry Division to replace depleted elements of the US 1st Marine Division. The marines have suffered heavy casualties in attacks on Mount Umurbrogol.
1944 – US Task Force 38 conducts air strikes on Japanese targets on Luzon, particularly Manila and Manila Bay. Twelve American carriers are involved.