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Marine Aviation Training Support Group 33, Naval Air Station Oceana

 

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Congratulations to MAC Sandy O. Cosmetorres on his reenlistment and decision to stay Navy! Bravo Zulu!

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Congratulations to MA3 Joshua A. Pete on his decision to reenlist and stay Navy! Bravo Zulu!

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Attention: Due to training requirements, Naval Auxiliary Landing Field (NALF) Fentress will experience a higher volume of air operations over the next week. NAS Oceana fighter jets may be conducting field carrier landing practice (FCLP) until as late as 2 a.m.

Congratulations to all newly advanced Sailors, Bravo Zulu!

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Deckplate Resource Awareness Training will be conducted on July 25th & 26th (Weds-Thurs) 0800-1530 in Bldg. 585, 2073 Tartar Ave., FFSC Dam Neck.
This two day training is specifically for Second Class Petty Officers in supervisory positions. It provides information on Navy and community resources available to all military personnel. Through solution focused exercises, participants learn techniques to effectively address personnel concerns brought to their attention.
All Hampton Roads Command are invited to attend.
For more information or to register, please call FFSC Oceana at (757) 433-2912 or FFSC Dam Neck at (757) 492-6342.

Fleet and Family Support Center is sponsoring a Career Week of employment classes 9-13 July in Bldg. 531, 1896 Laser Rd., NAS Oceana. Transitioners, family members, and retirees are invited to attend.
For information and to register, call FFSC at (757) 433-2912.

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Congratulations to Yeoman 3rd Class Christopher D. Gurley for assuming the title and responsibilities of a petty officer 3rd class!

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From all of us at NAS Oceana, we wish you a very happy Independence Day!

With picnics and barbecues being the traditional methods of celebration, we would like to remind everyone to leave a location cleaner than you found it.

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Only one day left to make plans for the Fourth of July!

Historians have long disputed whether Congress actually signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4 and most have concluded that the Declaration was signed nearly a month after its adoption, on August 2, 1776, and not on July 4 as it is commonly believed.

The holiday remains to be celebrated on the fourth of July. Coincidentally, both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, the only signers of the Declaration of Independence later to serve as Presidents of the United States, died on the same day: July 4, 1826, which was the 50th anniversary of the Declaration.