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**The planned gate closures at NBVC Point Mugu and NBVC Port Hueneme on April 25 have been CANCELLED**

Thank you for your support

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Congratulations to Naval Base Ventura County’s Natural Resourses Conservation Team, the 2018 Secretary of Defense Environmental Award winner for Natural Resources Conservation, Individual/Team Award! Well done! #NavyInstallations #GlobalReachLocalAction
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Sea Conservation begins at home. Take action with us for #EarthDay2018 and help clean up local community and installation environments. On the second day of Port Hueneme canal cleanup, base volunteers cleared 146+lbs of trash along both canal banks totalling 400lbs of trash and covering 2 1/2 miles. Great job!
#GlobalReachLocalAction #USNavy
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#NavyInstallations are doing their part this #EarthDay to sustain Fleet readiness through environmental stewardship ashore. Today, 28 base volunteers collected 250lbs of trash, clearing over 1.5 miles of canal bank. Great Job!
#EnablingtheFighter #Readiness

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Attention Navy spouses! Here's a chance to give the Navy feedback through a Navy Spouse Survey...

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 #NavySpouses

Posted by Commander, Navy Installations Command on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

NBVC Environmental and NAVSEA are sponsoring a Port Hueneme Canal Clean-up for Earth Day 2018. See flyer for sign-up details. Open to all personnel with base access. #GlobalReachLocalAction #EarthDay #USNavy

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The FFSC Career Fair is happening now at the NBVC Port Hueneme Bee-Hive Gym, Bldg. 233. Stop by and visit over 80 agencies looking to hire. For more information call 982-5037

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Navy leadership wants your feedback. #21stCenturySpouse

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On April 9, NBVC Fire Captain John Shear and NBVC Force Protection Master-at-Arms 2nd Class, Mark Garcia were recognized by the Knights of Coumbus during the 2018 Public Safety Awards.
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On Thursday, April 12, VUP-19 DET Point Mugu held a awards quarters in Hangar-34 at NBVC Point Mugu.
Congrats to all the Sailors of "Big Red" of VUP-19 DET Point Mugu on a job well done!
Official US Navy photos by Vance Vasquez, NBVC DPAO

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On Friday, April 13 the Ventura County Leadership Academy (VCLA) visited Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme for a tour. The group visited UCT-2, NAVFAC EXWC and NSWC PHD for briefs on the commands.
The Ventura County Leadership Academy (VCLA) leads a diverse group of community members, called a Cohort, on a year-long journey to learn more about leadership in Ventura County.
Curriculum subjects include, but are not limited to: public safety, social services, healthcare, local government and the legislative process, education, transportation, water, agriculture, economics, arts and culture.
Official US Navy photos by Vance Vasquez, NBVC DPAO

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"Big Red" of VUP-19 DET Point Mugu are now the owners of two MQ-4C Tritons, Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) as seen in Hangar-34 at NBVC Point Mugu, April 12.
Official US Navy photo by Vance Vasquez

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Today at NBVC Port Hueneme, Wounded Warrior Navy Team hopefuls completed a week of training in archery, cycling, shooting, seated volleyball, swimming, track and field, and wheelchair basketball. Navy Team members will compete in the 2018 DOD Warrior Games this June at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. The DOD Warrior Games features teams representing the Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force and the U.S. Special Operations Command.
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
The 2018 NBVC Mud Run / April 28, 2018 - NBVC Port Hueneme

Open to the public / Team registration discounts available

See flyer for more details. Register at: www.Active.com. Look for Naval Base Ventura County Mud Run 2018

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"Big Red" of VUP-19 DET Point Mugu home based at Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu received the second MQ-4C Triton Unmanned Aircraft System on Monday, April 9.
US Navy photo by Theresa Miller

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Holocaust Days of Remembrance

ADM Ben Moreell (Sept. 14, 1892 - July 30, 1978) "Father of the Navy Seabees" starting with 3,000 Sailors when World War II erupted and grew to about a quarter of a million men when the war ended in 1945.

His Seabees developed airfields, roads and housing in undeveloped islands in the Pacific. When ADM Moreell received his fourth star, he became the high-ranking Jewish officer in Navy history.

ADM Moreell nickname was "King Bee."

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NBVC Point Mugu #Throwback Thursday: A CAG E-2C Hawkeye from the World Famous Black Eagles of VAW-113 in the pattern over NBVC Point Mugu as seen on Aug. 24, 2015.
Official US Navy photo by Vance Vasquez

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NBVC Port Hueneme #Throwback Thursday: BU2 Sonny Ramos, UCT-2 home based at NBVC Port Hueneme cleans a deep water buoy off Niihau in the Hawaiian Islands on July 9, 2011.
Official US Navy photo by BU2 Joshua Knolla

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US Navy #Throwback Thursday: A EA-18G from VAQ-209 a Navy Reserve squadron home based at NAS Whidbey Island, Wash., departs Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu for a mission on Feb. 24, 2015.
Official US Navy photo by Vance Vasquez

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Food Distribution event at NBVC Port Hueneme, Saturday, April 21, 9 am to noon behind Bldg. 19.
For more info please call CEC Garcia at 805 982-3532.

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The 4th Annual 5K Color Run will be on Thurs., April 19. Come out to run or support this year's participants.

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The Dept of the Navy wants your feedback.

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E-2C Hawkeye's of the “Black Eagles” of VAW-113 flew home to Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu today following a three month deployment to the Western Pacific and South China Sea in support of 7th fleet operations onboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70).
Official US Navy photo by Vance Vasquez, NBVC DPAO

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Today, at Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu, the World Famous Black Eagles of VAW-113 returned home following a three month deployment to the Western Pacific and South China Sea in support of 7th fleet operations onboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70).
The arrival of the four E-2C Hawkeye planes and their 19 military crewmembers where welcomed home by family, friends, and co-workers. The remainder of the 150 person crew will return when the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) sails into San Diego.
The E-2C acts as an airborne command and control platform, positioning themselves between the ship and other aircraft to relay communications, identify and track air traffic and surface traffic, coordinate air-to-air refueling, handle aircraft emergencies, and provide information from the battlefield to warfare commanders through data-link and satellite radio communications.
Congrats to VAW-113 for a successful deployment and a safe return home to Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu!
VAW-113 is under the command of CDR Aaron Rybar, Commanding Officer, CDR John Riley, Executive Officer and CMDCM Leon N.A. Sealey, Command Master Chief.
Official US Navy photos by Vance Vasquez, NBVC DPAO

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