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Navy Spouses: We want to hear from you! 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/h55l7nq

Let your voices be heard! Survey ends July 31.
#SupportingtheFamily #NavySpouses

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

Fleet and Family Support Programs belong to our #NavyFamilies. This is your opportunity to make the programs fit your needs. Share your thoughts about these programs by clicking on the survey link.

#21stCenturySpouse #NavyInstallations #NavyFFSP #MilitarySpouses #SupportingtheFamily #NWNavy

U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ralph Johnson - DDG 114 is visiting Mexico as she makes her way to her future homeport of Naval Station Everett.
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Attention all #NavySpouses. Let your voice be heard! Click on the survey link to provide feedback on Fleet and Family Support Center Programs. The Navy Spouse Survey is anonymous and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

#21stCenturySpouse #NavyInstallations #NavyFFSP #MilitarySpouses #SupportingtheFamily #NWNavy

The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society Active Duty Fund Drive is happening March-May to help support fellow sailors, marines, and their families. Check with your command representative to learn more about how to contribute or call the Everett NMCRS office at (425) 304-3240.

2018 Active Duty Fund Drive Kick-Off

The 2018 Active Duty Fund Drive is currently up and running. Be sure to talk with your command key person to find out how to donate!

Posted by Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Everett on Friday, March 9, 2018

The Navy Smokey Point Commissary will undergo a reset to improve shopping experience.

To accomplish this, the Commissary will close Saturday, April 21 at 4 p.m. and will remain closed April 22-23. The store will reopen April 24 at normal business hours.

"We hate to inconvenience our customers with the closure, but this is something we'll all appreciate when it's done," said Store Director Leva Fairley.

The DeCA agency-wide reset will systematically change how products are displayed in order to better serve customer shopping patterns. The reset gives Commissaries worldwide a layout that is consistent as possible and makes the shopping experience faster and easier, helping busy active-duty shoppers get home more quickly.

To make changes easier for customers, aisle layout maps and generic item locators are available on store web pages at http://www.commissaries.com under locations. Info includes store hours, contacts, news, and special features.

Thank you to Mayor Franklin for visiting the base today, getting to know the many different military and civilian staff supporting our Navy's Fleet.

Second session, Naval Station Everett is conducting a simulated boat attack exercise that is part of the overall anti-terrorism protection exercise. This exercise is designed to ensure peak readiness of Navy security forces and seamless interoperability among the commands, other services, and agency partners. Exercise CS-SC18 is a regularly scheduled exercise and is not in response to any specific threat.

Posted by KOMO News on Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Reminder: Naval Station Everett is participating in a Navy security exercise from Jan. 29-Feb. 9. Exercise activities on base will include closely controlled training scenarios including simulated gunfire. Expect gate closures Wednesday, Feb. 7 between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.

Security exercises like these are regularly conducted at Navy installations to ensure maximum readiness to face any real-world situation. #Security #CitadelShield #ReadyNavy #NWNavy

Due to the enactment of a continuing resolution, federal government operations are open. Employees are expected to return to work on their next regularly scheduled work day.

STATION UPDATE: As of 31 December 2017, Naval Station Everett is operating under normal conditions. Please use extra caution while travelling since temperatures won't be rising much above freezing today. Contact your chain of command if you have difficulties getting to work. 🎉HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! 🎉

Yet another way that a Navy sailor in our volunteer military serves. Kudos to Petty Officer Hayden and Red Cross Real Heroes!