usa gif

Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay

 

Facebook  |  Twitter

 

 

Facebook

Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay was honored to host our local Sea Cadet chapter last week. Our Sailors enjoyed teaching them military customs and courtesies, first aid and letting them see our security and port operations in action. Here are a couple of photos from Friday, where the Sea Cadets participated in morning colors in front of Fluckey Hall.

Facebook photo

BZ to USS WV!!!

This conference was held aboard SUBASE Kings Bay.

Facebook photo

Flood Advisory for Camden County until 9:15 pm. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads.

Thanks to Point Peter Baptist Church for the nice welcome this morning!

Facebook photo

Summer is flying by and we want to make sure Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay families are prepared for the 2018-2019 school year. The School Liaison Officer (SLO) will be hosting school tours to give new students and their parents a warm welcome while becoming familiar with school policies and procedures. Mark your calendar and plan to join a tour!

Facebook photo

_NLY Y_U C_N FILL THE G_PS!
Notice anything missing? Without A’s B’s and O’s (the letter that represent blood types) the American Red Cross can’t save lives. Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay is answering the call for donations by hosting a blood drive at Fluckey Hall on Friday, July 20!

Facebook photo

Tune in for a live All Hands Call with CNO and CNP today!

Facebook photo

Beryl has weakened to a Tropical Storm

Facebook photo

Let's all keep an eye on this storm.

Facebook photo

The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit will be conducting demolition operations between 4-5 p.m. today on base. During this time, personnel on Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay and off base may hear explosions. If you have any questions, contact the SUBASE CDO at 573-2020.

While rain was definitely threatening, the annual St Marys Independence Day Parade is underway. This year, SUBASE Commanding Officer Captain Brian Lepine, in period correct uniform from the early 1800s, is leading the way as Grand Marshall.

Facebook photo

Happy Birthday America and Happy Belated Birthday to Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay!

Did you know the United States Army turned over more than 17,000 acres in Camden County, Georgia to the Department of the Navy on July 1, 1978 to create what is now Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay?

To celebrate its 40-year anniversary, Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay will host 40FEST on July 27 from 3-7pm.

What to expect at 40FEST:

Carnival Rides, Carnival Midway Games, Food Trucks, Touch-a-Truck, Car Show, USS Waterworks, Live Music, Command Tent Contest and Community Vendors.

This event is located on board Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay and requires base access. Sponsored guests may attend with an authorized patron and must remain with their sponsor at all times while aboard NSB.

As a mark of solemn respect for the victims of the act of violence in Annapolis, Maryland on June 28, the President of the United States has ordered the flag be flown at half-staff on all military posts, naval stations and naval vessels until sunset July 3.

Here are the rules for fireworks in St Marys. Note that NO TYPE of fireworks are allowed on SUBASE Kings Bay, to include Base Housing.

Facebook photo

Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay's appointment line is experiencing intermittent disruptions. We apologize for any inconvenience and are working to resolve the issue. Please continue to call (912) 573-6450 to schedule appointments. You can also make appointments online at www.tricareonline.com

The Marine Corps Security Force Battalion will be conducting an exercise today, Friday, June 29, 2018, from 1100 - 1400. During this time, personnel on Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay and off base locations nearby may hear simulated gunfire. If you have any question, contact the SUBASE CDO at 573-2020.

New traffic law in effect Sunday.

Facebook photo

Welcome aboard to Georgia State Senator Kay Kirkpatrick and the Georgia Returning Veterans Task Force.

Facebook photo

The 2017 Kings Bay Kings Bay Community Water System Consumer Confidence Report can be found at the link below.

Twitter