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NAS Corpus Christi Navy Base in Flour Bluff, TX

 

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Bravo Zulu -- CS3 Leonora McKenzie receives a Navy Achievement Medal for her services as Pass & Tag assistant leading petty officer, NASCC Security Department, from June 2014 to July 2018. McKenzie assisted with the transition of 3,500 contractors from RAPIDGATE to Defense Biometrics Identification System. She also conducted more than 8,000 background checks. McKenzie is a native of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and is heading to Portsmouth, Virginia, for her next duty station. Fair winds & following seas!

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Staying Navy -- Congratulations to AC2 Salvador Orellana who reenlisted for 2 more years of U.S. Navy service. LCDR John Woods, air traffic control facilities officer, served as the reenlisting officer. Orellana, a native of Hardin, Texas, has 14 years of service. Leadership and shipmates braved the mosquitos on the soccer field to be present at the ceremony this morning.

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Staying Navy -- MA3 Craig Graves reenlists for 2 more years of U.S. Navy service. The Houston, Texas, native has 8 years of service and orders to Bahrain. Lt. Don Copping, security officer, is the reenlisting officer.

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Spring Branch High School NJROTC students completed their stay in Corpus Christi with a tour of NAS Corpus Christi. The students received a tour of air traffic control radar and tower, T-6 and T-44 aircraft, and received a demo from the Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi corpsmen.

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Follow the link to read this week's Wingspan https://www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrse/installations/nas_corpus_christi.html. Or, pick one up from one of the news stands in the area!

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Congratulations MA3 Xavier LaCouture!

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Due to construction at the South (Main) Gate, modified traffic patterns will occur throughout Friday, July 13, and Saturday, July 14, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Please ensure you are extra cautious entering and exiting the South Gate. Thank you.

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TBT - Sports Day photos from November 2011. Who do you recognize?

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A bang-up good time was had by all who came to our Independence Day Celebration!

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TBT - June 2012 - Taste of the World competition held at the Commissary. Anyone recognize the judges? Knows who took top honors?

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Congratulations to our Sailors who were advanced this morning as part of the Meritorious Advancement Program. AC2 Damian Dunn, AC2 Phoebe Sharp, MA1 Louis Lozada, and MA3 Xavier LaCoutre were all advanced to their current rank. LaCoutre was not present at this morning's ceremony -- he is serving an IA assignment. BZ to all!

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Preps are underway for this evening’s festivities at Sunfish Beach! Our Independence Day Celebration begins at 4 pm. with activities for kids of all ages! Food trucks will sell their signature items. Fireworks are planned to begin at 8:45 pm. Hope to see you here!

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You can now read the June 28 issue of the Wingspan on line! Follow this link https://www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrse/installations/nas_corpus_christi.html. Enjoy!

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TBT - January 2018 - U.S. Coast Guard aircraft leaving NAS Corpus Christi for their new "home" at Corpus Christi International Airport.

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Congratulations to MA1 Candace Dickson who was just frocked to her current rank. Dickson's mother Deborah Moore did the honors and MA1 Traves Boyle placed her new cover. Bravo Zulu!

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Protect yourself and your home from ZIKA. Don't give ZIKA a biting chance by; removing standing water around the home, wearing long-sleeved shirts/long trousers when possible and by wearing repellent.

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Mosquito prevention measures aboard NAS Corpus Christi are being taken after the recent rainstorms. Fogging is scheduled this Sunday morning, if weather conditions permit. All family housing RV park and main roads will be fogged. Mosquito prevention fogging may also be done at dusk and over the next several days. Mosquito larvae control briquettes will also be placed in ponds and areas of standing water. For more information, call 961-2105.

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