Navy Spouse Survey 2018
We want to hear from you, Navy spouses!The 2018 Navy Spouse Survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and can be found via the Fleet and Family Support Program page or here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/h55l7nqLet your voices be heard! #SupportingtheFamily #NavySpousesPosted by Commander, Navy Installations Command on Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Bravo Zulu to AC3 William Collins who was frocked to his current rank during an awards ceremony this morning. AC1 Christopher Reed pinned on his new chevrons. Collins is a native of Columbia, SC, and has 4 years of Navy service.
Happy reading! The April 19 issue of the Wingspan is now online at https://g2.cnic.navy.mil/publish/content/cinc/cinc_hq/regions/cnrse/installations/nas_corpus_christi/news/wingspan.html.
HM1 Koleea Flagg from Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi and AC1 Jekia Dowdell were 2 of the Sailors who wanted to honor the veterans buried at Old Bayview Cemetery during this volunteer event put together by CPO365.
HM1 Koleea Flagg from Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi and AC1 Jekia Dowdell were 2 of the Sailors who wanted to honor the veterans buried at Old Bayview Cemetery during this volunteer event put together by CPO365.Posted by Naval Air Station Corpus Christi on Friday, April 20, 2018
Sailors straighten headstones at Old Bayview Cemetery this morning. More than 40 chief and first class petty officers from throughout NASCC undertook this project as an opportunity to help the community and honor veterans interred there.
TBT - From a November 1945 Beam.
Today we bid farewell to two Air Ops personnel -- Cory Wilson and Ryan Beaver. Wilson is a native of Falfurrias, Texas, and has been NAS Corpus Christi's BASH manager for the past 12 years. Beaver is an electronics technician who has been here since 2009. Prior to that, Beaver spent more than ten years in the U.S. Navy. His new job takes him to the FAA in Austin. Fair Winds and Following Seas! You both will be missed.
ABHC Joenique King is smiling brightly because she recently reenlisted in front of friends and family members. The Sarasota, Florida, native, has 16 years of U.S. Navy service and reenlisted for 4 more years. She has also accepted orders to USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), which will take her to San Diego, California. Bravo zulu!
Welcome home! AC2 Vincent Dilallo returned last week from a 12-month Individual Augmentation assignment to ISA Air Base Bahrain. Pictured here, Dilallo is greeted by LCDR John Woods, air traffic control facilities officer.
TBT - file photo, 1943.
Bravo zulu to AC1 Patrick Kiger who recently reenlisted in the U.S. Navy. LCDR John Woods, air traffic control facilities officer, served as the reenlising officer. Kiger, has 11.5 years of service, 3.5 of which have been with NASCC's air operations. The Newark, Ohio, native's orders will be sending him to NAS Meridian, Mississippi, this summer. Congratulations!
Please see -- the April 5 edition of the Wingspan is now online.
You can read it at https://www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrse/installations/nas_corpus_christi/news/wingspan.html.
TBT - July 1, 1966, US Navy Photo. Capt. Marcus L. Lowe, (University of Oklahoma) officer in charge of the 1966 NROTC Aviation Training at NAS Corpus Christi, discusses their training schedule with Midshipmen Dennis E. Dwyer (Ohio State University), William R. Cooper (Villanova University), and David F. Lines (University of Virginia). (left to right)
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi and Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi were just two commands who took part in the Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Ribbon Tying held April 3, at 10 a.m., to show that we support survivors of sexual assault and commit to on-going prevention. Pictured, Capt. Miguel Cubano, NHCCC CO, left and Capt. Phil Brock, NASCC CO tie the teal ribbon on the flagpole in front of the clinic.