• Community Leaders with Navy Region Commander Admiral Mark Sucatp
  • 2023 Vets Day Program Harbor Singers - Director Darren McCoy
  • 2023 Vets Day Poster - Broadview Elementary
  • 2023 Vets Day Parade
  • 2023 Vets Day NJROTC Color Guard
  • 2023 Vets Days Speaker - Captain J.T. Pianetta, Deputy Commodore Wing 10
  • 2023 Vets Day Program Co-Hosts Beth & Larry Munns
  • US Navy 248th Birthday - Power + Presence + Protection
  • 2023 Reception for VAQ 134 & NAS Health Clinic at Whidbey Island Bank
  • 2023 Reception for VAQ 134 at Whidbey Island Bank
  • 2023 Recption for NAS Health Clinic at Whidbey Island Bank
  • 2023 July 4th Parade - NAS Honor Guard & NJROTC
  • 2023 July 4th Parade - Sea Sailor of the Year
  • 2023 July 4th Parade
  • 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
  • 2023-2024 Board members
  • Hall of Honor Recepients Connie Leonhardi and Greg Smith with NAS Co Captain Hanks and NL NW Regional President
  • 2021 Veterans Day Entrance to Stadium
  • Welcome to NAS Whidbey Island
 

Patty Encinas Williams passed away on Saturday 17 February at home.  A Celebration of her life will be at the Oak Harbor First United Methodist Church in late March!
Condolences to retired Captain Dave Williams
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22 February 2024


1956 Elvis Presley's 1st hit in Billboard's top 10 "Heartbreak Hotel"
from - http://www.scopesys.com

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

1943 – The battleship USS Iowa, the first in the Navy’s 45,000 ton class, was commissioned. The ship carried Pres. Roosevelt to Tehran in Nov. and was decommissioned in 1990. Also noted as 1st in the 48,000 ton class.
1943 – The USS Campbell, CG, rammed the U-606 in the North Atlantic after the U-boat was forced to surface after being attacked by the Polish destroyer Burza. The U-boat sank before a boarding party could reach the submarine. The Campbell rescued five of the U-606’s crew. Due to the collision, Campbell’s engine room was flooded and she lost power but was towed to safety, repaired, and returned to service.