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NAS Whiting Field Navy Base - Milton, FL

 

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NAS Whiting Field Sailors volunteer to help distribute food at the Shepherd House open market food distribution today. The distribution helps those in need in the local community with free food.

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Did you know we're on Instagram? Check us out: @naswhitingfield

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A feature from the Naval History and Heritage Command blog about NAS Whiting Field celebrating 75 years of military excellence:

http://usnhistory.navylive.dodlive.mil/2018/07/11/nas-whiting-field-75-years-of-military-excellence/

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Congratulatory message to NAS Whiting Field from Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE):

"I wanted to take a minute to congratulate our teammates at NAS Whiting Field. Today, they reached their 1000th consecutive day going ARI (alcohol related incidents)/DUI free. I can't stress enough how impressive this accomplishment is-it speaks to the leadership of Whiting Field and the commitment of our Civilians, Sailors, and families there to conduct themselves the right way both on and off duty. Bravo Zulu to all of you at Whiting Field-and thank you for setting the standard for all of us to follow."

Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Bette Bolivar congratulated NASWF in a statement earlier today.

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Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Richardson and Chief of Naval Personnel, Adm. Burke, will hold a Facebook live All Hands Call tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. Eastern. They will respond to questions about PCS moves, personnel matters, uniforms and other issues important to Sailors. The event is being hosted at https://www.facebook.com/USNavy/videos/10155578350492823/.

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NAS Whiting Field's "Whiting Tower" Newsletter:

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NAS Whiting Field Commanding Officer Paul Bowdich oversees the Milltown duck race in downtown Milton this evening. Building community relationships and having a good time on the Blackwater River.....

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NAS Whiting Field MWR and NEX put on a great event this evening—“Uncorked”— sampling some good wines, but better, the fellowship.

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NAS Whiting Field aviators from Training Air Wing FIVE participated in a "Blessing of the Wings" ceremony last Friday, before receiving their Wings of Gold in a winging tradition. The Chaplain corps at Whiting prays for blessing and safety on the newly minted helicopter pilots. (Photos by Gregg Pachkowski, Pensacola News Journal)

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Correction: Cmdr Greg Griffitt is retired Navy active duty, not Reserve.

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ICYMI: NAS Whiting Field bids farewell to USMC Lt Col Jeff "Hubs" Hubley, Training Air Wing FIVE Operations Officer after 26 years of dedicated service to the Nation. Colonel Trey Meadows presents Lt Col Hubley (photo, right) with a certificate of appreciation from President Trump at his recent retirement ceremony. "Hubs" accumulated 2,000 night vision goggle flying hours, more than anyone at TRAWING 5, and more than 5,500 flying hours throughout his career. Fair winds and following seas!

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Earlier today, NAS Whiting Field Public Works Dept. Environmental team received official recognition for their FY 2017 Environmental Award, Environmental Quality Non-Industrial Installation through the Chief of Naval Operations via telephone conference. NAS Whiting Field Commanding Officer was present to receive the award with the Public Works/NAVFAC team for their hard work and dedication.

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BZ!

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